Toronto jazz outfit, BADBADNOTGOOD, have had an incredible year. In July, the group released their excellent full-length project, IV, to critical acclaim. Following the album drop, BBNG collaborated with Kaytranada and GoldLink, for the cut "Fall in Love", and later with Mick Jenkins, for the brooding track, "Drowning".
Now, the quartet have debuted the visuals for IV standout, "Chompy's Paradise". The trippy video was directed by Connor Crawford, and follows the saga of a cartoonish looking bomb, and the risky process of it being disarmed. The music video also features a saxophone coming to life, and a dope little Ferrari. It's all quirky and smooth stuff - which is something we've come to expect from the boys.
You can watch the official video for "Chompy's Paradise" above. If you're in Europe this November, you can catch the group performing in England, Ireland, and Belgium.