Vowel deficient London-via-Sydney three piece PVT worked with visionary Australian director Clemens Habicht to create the video for “Vertigo”, the moody single off their phenomenal fourth album Homosapien.

The video recalls the one-stop staging of clips like Lionel Richie’s “Dancing On The Ceiling” or even Justin Timberlake’s “Rock Your Body” by embracing the challenges of shooting in the one confined space or set. The major difference here is adding an extra dimensional to the video – literally, it’s in 3D.

To view it in its intended form you’ll need a pair of those blue and red lens specs, but on the off chance that you haven’t saved any optical memorabilia from your last 3D film-viewing experience or 1980s theme park visit, PVT are giving a pair of 3D glasses free with every physical order of their album here and here, or from Red Eye and HUM in Sydney, Rockinghorse Records in Brisbane and Polyester Records in Melbourne.

Before you watch the “Vertigo” clip (the second video posted below), you can get an insight into how it was produced with this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage featuring director Clemens Habicht and the band, brothers Laurence and Richard Pike and Dave Miller. The track itself is an ultra-smooth ambient jam driven by percussionist Laurence Pike’s virtuosic drumming, and a great sample of the transcendental beauty to be found in Homosapian.