Desert rockers Imarhan today unveil white-hot number "Ehad Wa Dagh" as they gear up to release second long-player Temet.
The Algerian Tuareg ensemble are following up lead single "Azzaman" with an intricate jam threaded through with feral guitar lines and rippling percussion - it's an all-encompassing outing with psychedelic twinges that grabs you by the lapels and drags you into a trance.
"Ehad Wa Dagh"'s accompanying visuals were filmed in a Parisian club and directed by Visions Particulières, with shots of their Saharan/Algerian home woven throughout.
The group recently shared a live rendition of album cut "Tamudre" taken from new Vincent Moon documentary Children Of Tam. The doc itself is being premiered next month at the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival.