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From For My Parents

From Takaakira Goto of the band Mono:
There is a variety of noise music out there and each kind generates different waves of energy. These waves of energy have the power to make people feel joy, sadness, anger, or celebration. I want to create the sound of joy, the noise of reaching through darkness and finding joy at its center. We all eventually lose the thing that made us. It’s the way of nature. I was inspired by the idea of a young boy spending a lifetime growing out of his childish ways, and learning how to embrace his parents as they became elderly and frail. Even when their bodies perish, they live on in the life of their child. So we hope that this song serves as a gift from child to parent. While everything else changes, this love remains a constant throughout time. We were very fortunate to collaborate with Henry Jun Wah Lee, who is a nature filmmaker from Los Angeles. Through his vision, I could hear the rhythm, breath and whisper of the earth. It made me remember that there are still beautiful places in nature that are untouched by time.

Director Henry Jun Wah Sun:
All of the shots were time lapses. This was so that we could capture movements or changes in nature that we as humans would not normally be able to perceive, such as dramatic movements of clouds or changes in light.


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