Elliot Moss - Pattern Repeating

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Directed by HochR

Project manager - Maren Teresie Garmann Launes
Production design - Hailey Reynolds Hall
Editor - Miron Kundzicz
1st AC - Jon Vu-Yen Nguyen 
Gaffer - Roar Midtlien
1st AD - Renée Reif
2nd AD - Bjørnar Grønhaug
Colorist: Elliot Moss


"Comparisons to similar-minded crooners Thom Yorke, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and James Blake" - Dummy Mag

The video for Elliot Moss’ new single, ‘Pattern Repeating’, directed by Daniel Howlid, can be viewed above.

A member of the Scandinavian-based visual artist collective HochR, Howlid has developed a distinct style as a director, as exemplified in ‘Pattern Repeating’. Says Howlid of the video, “it tells the story of stark, latent family dynamics, where impotence, acceptance and hopelessness surface through the repetitiveness in our lives”


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