APPLES – MUSIC VIDEO


Date: October 2012
Client: Efterklang, Rumraket & 4AD
www.efterklang.net

CREDITS:
This video is produced in collaboration with Jakob Steen / Oodls.
www.jakobsteen.com
Music video for the single Apples from Efterklangs album Piramida. The video is a study of projection on skin. We wanted to portray Efterklang in this video, and at the same time show footage from their expedition to Piramida in Spitsbergen filmed by the Danish documentary film maker Andreas Koefod. This footage is mixed with multiply exposed portraits plus some of the symbol graphics from our Piramida artwork and some psychedelic footage of coloured liquids floating into each other. Thank you to Berit Stenstrup for back-up footage, and Thomas Jauk for letting us use his photo studio in Berlin.

The video was made in collaboration with Oodls, who created the video for Hollow Mountain. The images are stills from the final video and also stills from some of the footage that we didn't end up using, but we thought it'd be fun to share the process with you here!

Watch the video here or at the bottom of this post, and read more about the making of it on Huffington Post where it premiered.
Music video for the single Apples from Efterklangs album Piramida. The video is a study of projection on skin. We wanted to portray Efterklang in this video, and at the same time show footage from their expedition to Piramida in Spitsbergen filmed by the Danish documentary film maker Andreas Koefod. This footage is mixed with multiply exposed portraits plus some of the symbol graphics from our Piramida artwork and some psychedelic footage of coloured liquids floating into each other. Thank you to Berit Stenstrup for back-up footage, and Thomas Jauk for letting us use his photo studio in Berlin.

The video was made in collaboration with Oodls, who created the video for Hollow Mountain. The images are stills from the final video and also stills from some of the footage that we didn't end up using, but we thought it'd be fun to share the process with you here!

Watch the video here or at the bottom of this post, and read more about the making of it on Huffington Post where it premiered.