Second part of a three video sequel that form an infinite loop through a dramaturgical paradox that takes place in Berlin city streets, parks and the underground. Each of the three videos has a particular theme and each one features a different vocalist. In this video the character of Johannes Holopainen experiences an adventure around the streets of Berlin after finding a crystal from a hoodie lost by a stranger. In attempt of returning it to the owner he ends up in a loop of appearing all around the city and finally looses the crystal.
The philosophy behind the concept of the infinite loop is to apply the essence of electronic music to the platform. Loop is in the core of the art that happens between human and machine. We celebrate it by rediscovering it through new mediums. Youtube makes it natural to repeat the same content through looped paths guided by algorithms. This has not been the way we experience music before. Another conceptual statement is in the physio-chronological paradox that can be found in the script of the three videos. The audio has merged with image and built new standards for self-expression. Audiovisual is the dominant third dimension that has escaped music and visual as standalone dimensions of art in the web based digital context. An endless thrive for learning and discovering new ways of interpreting the world around pushes us forward towards experimenting with new technologies and combinations. However, the deepest moment of self-expression happens between the artist and the audience. For the most profound experience available, always attend a live show at good party with a proper sound system.
Director of photography: Haliz Yosef
Editor: Teo Tornberg
Assistance of photography: Teo Tornberg & Sal Li
Make Up: Noora-Maria Riitijoki
Description of the song:
Song about the delicate moments of connection in the dancefloor. Soothing and hopeful dreamy house track with delicate male vocals spiced up with glitches. Energetic Jackson style beat with deep and massive chords, refined synth lines, organic band instruments and catchy pop chorus.
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