The Moscow-based solo artist Sirotkin has released a new video for the track "Beysya Serdce, Vremya Bitsa" (Beat My Heart, Time Is Beating) from his mini-album "Mramor" (Marble). The English version of this song, called "Break My Senses" has already been used as the soundtrack for Gosha Rubchinskiy shows at the Paris Fashion Week.
In this video we create the portrait of a lost generation. The film depicts kids raised in the 1990s--but their feelings and experiences still echo with today’s youth in Russia. The narrative is non-linear and intuitive. We intentionally avoided artificial light and any special equipment, other than a 16mm film camera. We wanted everything to resemble scenes from a movie - or from DIY home footage, even.
Sergey Sirotkin is a Moscow-based artist, highly recognized in the local indie-community. His two mini-albums "Challenger" and "Mramor" have quickly traversed the music blogs and social media. His abstract or surreal video ‘Imaginary Pilot’ played on rotation at MTV and 2x2. It also made the shortlists at the Toronto Arthouse Film Festival, Festival Internazionale del Cinema d'Arte (Milano) and Bideodromo (Bilbao). Together with his band, Sergey has played at various music festivals across Russia; supported Damien Rice, Jay-Jay Johanson and Kodaline at their shows in Moscow. In 2016, Sirotkin received the ‘Young Blood’ award as the best new artist of the Jägermeister Indie Awards.
More about Sirotkin:
Sirotkin — Imaginary Pilot
Sirotkin — Geroi (acoustic)
Sirotkin - Break My Senses (exclusively for Gosha Rubchinsky 2015 show)
Sirotkin @ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sirotkinmusic
Sirotkin @ Apple Music: https://itun.es/ru/W4cg8
Sirotkin @ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/sirotkin