Yoo Doo Right: The Moral Compass of a Self-Driving Car

Montreal's Yoo Doo Right spent much of 2018 touring extensively and sharing stages with acts like Acid Mothers Temple, DIIV, Ariel Pink and Kikagaku Moyo, and they're now gearing up for the release of their debut full length, preceded by the just unveiled The Moral Compass of a Self-Driving Car, and it's artfully cinematic accompanying clip.

Approaching seven minutes, the wholesome new piece amalgamates much of the many diverse directions in the band's engaging post punk sound, bringing together notions of post rock, noise rock, krautrock and psychedelia into a coherent and unblemished fusion, while keeping the energy levels high, and the charming loudness blaring.

Directed by Olivia du Vergier and starring Celeste De Clario, the complementary video provides a lot of additional allure and desirability to the song's overarching sense of escapism.

Consistently sharp and at times more boisterous, The Moral Compass of a Self-Driving Car was recorded by S├ębastien Fournier at Hotel 2 Tango, mixed by Devon Lougheed at SuperBonBon Sound, and mastered by Evan Tighe.

Video directed by Olivia du Vergier

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