WATCH: 12-year-old from Dublin directs first Aphex Twin video in 17 years

Ryan Wyer from Rush also stars in the video, alongside his friends and family

WATCH: 12-year-old from Dublin directs first Aphex Twin video in 17 years

Image: Aphex Twin / Ryan Wyer / YouTube

Electronic musician Aphex Twin has released his first video in almost two decades - and it is directed by a 12-year-old boy from Dublin.

CIRKLON3 [ Колхозная mix ] is taken from the musician's forthcoming Cheetah EP, which is out on July 8th.

The video is directed by Ryan Wyer from Rush - who also edits and co-stars in the video, alongside his family members and friends.

Ryan and others are seen wearing the iconic Aphex Twin t-shirts and masks throughout the video, which runs for eight minutes (and ends with a claim that it is 'to be continued').

The young Dubliner runs his own YouTube channel called epic1:40d Gaming - which features a number of Aphex Twin themed videos alongside computer game footage and other content.

Aphex Twin - aka Richard James - was born in Limerick, but grew up in the UK. 

You can check out the new video below: