Director Shomi Patwary takes some cues from Coming To America and popular black sitcoms of the '90s in the latest from Polaris Prize winner Kaytranada. Spoiler alert: fans of Homeboys in Outer Space will be disappointed.
You could try to figure out what everything means in this strange video, or you could just enjoy the almost neverending series of bizarre performance set-ups. In other words: Hard to understand, easy to love.
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Rattling Stick director Ed Morris creates a promo for XL’s new signing - Cuban French twins Ibeyi. The film plays on the theme of baptism central to the new release -‘River’ and shows the duo submerged in water and emerging to sing lines from the track.
The film is compelling and charged, with the girls holding their breath under water for up to a minute or more between verses. Wearing plain white shirts and minimal make up, the film expresses the sole intention of allowing the audience to see the girls in their pure form, their voices encapsulating the listener.