WATCH: Explosions in the Sky's Trippy First Video

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Explosions in the Sky's Michael James at Bonnaroo 2011 / Photo by Kyle Dean Reinford
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William Goodman

Austin, TX's Explosions in the Sky are known for their instrumental post-rock songs, some of which have been featured movies and TV shows like Friday Night Lights and One Tree Hill. But after 12 years and six albums, they've never had a music video of their own. Until now.

The band just released a clip for "Last Known Surroundings," from their latest album Take Care, Take Care, Take Care, via Wired magazine's blog. It's an eight-minute, computer-generated piece, courtesy of the band's pals at Austin design studio Ptarmak, that matches the song's ethereal, walking-on-the-moon vibe with geometric mapping and natural elements - sea creatures, vegetation, rivers -- flourishing in some deep-space world. Trip out!

"It took them months and months of solid work," the band explains. "And we couldn't be more pleased with their finished product."

Explosions in the Sky, "Last Known Surroundings"

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