For their latest collaborative effort, Scion Sessions and Toronto dream pop duo Etiquette (HolyFuck’s Graham Walsh and indie icon Julie Fader) bring you the visual treatment for “Brown and Blue”; the latest offering from their debut album “Reminisce,” due out March 24th, 2015.
Joining Scion Sessions and Etiquette, directors Christopher Mills and Gaëlle Legrand bring their unique vision to the table, capturing the ethereal mood and tone of Etiquette’s “Brown and Blue”.
From director Christopher Mills: “When a lonely Alchemist from a parallel universe begins experimenting with the abstract, new worlds can open up. Our camera floats hypnotically around his breezy, dilapidated laboratory, at times guided by the ghosts and memories of his past experiments - pushed, it seems, by Etiquette's steady, pace, lush production, vocals, and cryptic lyrics.”
Together, Holy Fuck's Graham Walsh and Julie Fader make up the duo Etiquette. Their album Reminisce is due out on March 24 via Hand Drawn Dracula, and for now, they've teamed with the Scion Sessions to roll out a video for the track "Brown and Blue."
This tune centres on stunningly gorgeous synths, with set a blissful hazy blur for the mid-tempo groove, funk-lite guitar licks and Fader's swooning sighs.
The accompanying video adds to the dreamy atmosphere with its fast-moving animated collage of geometric shapes and retro-futurist drawings. It's a bit disorienting, and that's the whole appeal. -- Exclaim!
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