When Seattle sight/sound artist Vox Mod teamed up with XVIII Eyes singer Irene Barbaric last year to record "Life Forms" (for Mod's fantastic Syn-Æsthetic album), the result was one of the most engulfing electro-pop songs of the year. Soon after, the song's trippy video elevated the Mod/Barbaric experience to the point where their creative dynamic was practically begging to be further explored. Fast forward a year, and the duo have come together once again to create "Flight Of Fancy," the first single from Mod's highly anticipated follow-up The Great Oscillator. Like "Life Forms," the track comes with a creative video. Mod has hand-drawn the visuals, which move from Barbaric's disembodied, singing, rainbow-colored head, to all manners of animated creatures, and mind-warping figures.

The album itself will be released April 29th, with a release show at Chop Suey May 2nd.