Director/Camera - Pete Marshall (studio-h.nl)
Camera - Daniel Lutz (and provider of the beautiful bike)
Grip - Sam Wever
The video was shot in Amsterdam in late October, on a day slightly too chilly for that outfit. Selina rides a classic Beach-cruiser with green-tinted white-wall tires, designed by Dutch designer, Johnny Loco.
Selina Martin released her latest LP I?ve Been Picking Caruso?s Brain, I Think I Have the Information We Need to Make a New World (or Caruso's Brain for short) earlier this year. She shared the video for "Hawaii" back in February, and now we've got the premiere of a new clip for album cut "Bike."
The song guides the listener through Martin's current fixation on minimalistic art-pop, and even goes so far as to feature bike parts as instruments. Dave Clark plays percussion, utilizing a bike frame, spokes, seat, chain and bell to add some depth and stick to the song's subject matter.
The video, meanwhile, matches the track with visuals that captures the song's theme of finding freedom on two wheels. The clip was made by Dutch artist and film editor Pete Marshall, and was entirely shot on bikes in the streets of Amsterdam.
Get your cruise on and check out the video for "Bike" in the player above. Caruso's Brain is out now. -- Exclaim!
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