"Time" is of the essence today for London-based rappers Kasien and Kelvin Krash as the pair connect once more for another rave-ready anthem.

With a connection that began online many years ago, and frequent collaborators ever since, it was last year's criminally underrated track "6ft Under" that really outlined the potential of the pair. An expression of anxiety amongst creatives and young people in general, "Time" is centered on the lack thereof within the millennial cult of constantly chasing the clock. With nods to cult icons (Keith Flint) and cult movies (Trainspotting), there's layers to the offering that reward paying attention to.

Multi-disciplined creative Krash took on director duties here and he shared with us the nucleus of the visual's madcap energy: "We made 'Time' after watching a bunch of crazy old school videos; Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot and, in particular, The Prodigy's 'Firestarter'. It's a song to turn up to and lose yourself to but a lot of people actually feel this way."

With joint a project entitled K2 on the way, both Kas and Krash are promising "super highs" in the near future. For now, though, peep the "Time" visuals above.