"...Glasgow's standard quo rejectionists..." - Spin

"...as blissful as they are boisterous." - NME

"...slick, modern Kraut for an uneasy Britain...." - The Skinny

Glasgow’s Outblinker have released charity single Hallogallo, a cover of Neu's 1972 krautrock classic, out now via Human Is Not Alone.

This single heralds the band’s forthcoming 5 week European tour and people will be invited to name their price for purchase, with proceeds going to Marie Curie Cancer Care to support their excellent work helping people and their families affected by cancer.

It's a cause inspired by the name-sake of Outblinker's recent EP The Remains Of Walter Peck and the suitably psychedelic video clip that accompanies it - super-cut from Koji Shima's 1952 B-movie favourite Warning From Space - is a playful reflection on the impending demise of planet Earth (quite probably at our own hands) and our inevitable need to one day set off into deep space to have any hope of surviving as a race.

The video and single riff on the wry nihilism of the aforementioned EP's weighty subject matter as well as taking an affectionate look at how artists and visionaries - like Japanese film-makers and German rock musicians - have mused on the mystery and majesty of the universe.

For anyone who ever spent their evening kicking back, skinning up and losing themselves in the repetitive cyclic beauty of Neu! and their krautrock peers, this sort of flight of fancy will be familiar.