I wrote “Northern Lights” about someone I loved and lost to opioid addiction. I wanted to eternalize the memories we shared before they became distant or distorted, as they do when you retell or revisit them. After they passed, they appeared regularly in my dreams. Waking up I would relive the loss and beg for an alternate reality.
Cool Company narrates the story of a romantic couple's wedding day being struck with an apocalypse, told in a collection of intricate zoom shots in surreal sets, trapped on a VHS tape. Inspired by fashion, 70's & 80's horror films, Peter Greenaway, and French Cinèma du look. It's a deconstructed melodrama about love and memories persisting even when everything goes catastrophically wrong.
We made this music video whilst in different countries, I sent her my footage in Cyprus and she was in Kazakstan, she then did all the editing of the footage (including her own) therefore creating this sensual video for a sensual song. All shot on iPhone, enjoy.
‘Stardust', a period film set in the Early 20th Century, enters a young man's paradisiacal past with his deceased lover in old-Miami. Tragically, their flame is merely the stardust of yesterday— the music of the years gone by.
Drawing on a myriad of influences from Pop, Indie, Electronica and Ambient soundscapes, 'Be Sure' conjures an alternative reality fused with rhythmic experimentation and offbeat melodies. The band explains:
The aim was for each image to represent an art piece that you would see in a gallery / exhibition. Creating a nonchalant mood while giving life to the artistic space around him. We placed the artist in interesting spaces within the house and let the camera movements / angles do the work. The goal was to make each frame a picturesque, moving image with careful lighting and placements. We were inspired by Wes Anderson / Roger Deakins films, mixed in with Travis Scott music videos.