Clams Casino unleashes a spacey new instrumental called "Time." You can listen to the trippy, three-and-a-half minute long beat above via YouTube.

According to the YouTube description, "Time" is slated to appear on an upcoming compilation album via Fabric/Houndstooth Records, scheduled to drop on Nov. 4. The project's goal is to "help fight the untimely closure of legendary London dance club Fabric." London authorities recently decided to shut down the club after two 18-year-olds suffered fatal overdoses.

The Strangeloop-directed video features incredible visuals of pink and purple clouds high in the sky. Clams captures his trademark eery, cloudy, spaced-out vibe, and the accompanying clip matches the song perfectly. As for the compilation album, it will contain 111 tracks in an attempt to raise more money to keep Fabric open. In addition to Clams, artists including Simian Mobile Disco, Audion, Machinedrume, Shackleton, Nathan Fake are contributing to the album.

Clammy Clams is fresh off his latest album, 32 Levels. You can cop the album for $14.99 via iTunes now. In case you missed it, check out the standout track "Be Somebody" with A$AP Rocky and Lil B right here. On his verse, Lil B spits, “Yeah, I make it rain by the corner store/She said I made it far but I wanted more/I got drivers with no cars/I had battles with no scars/If you wanna be Mufasa/You could die too, my bullets givin’ Oscars/And my guns givin’ Grammys/I know Clams got me, A$AP my family/So how can I lose?/When I know that BasedGod, he made new rules." The Based God also recently went on a brief, five-city tour with Clams.

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