Since we went on our small tour in November 2017 we have taken a step back to focus on new projects and music. We have started working with a bigger team which means that we can be a bit more ambitious when working with our ideas and have more elbow room. It is important for us to be able to work independently and have the creative control that we have because it allows us to invest time in various projects. We have been working a lot on the music video that we filmed last autumn with Swedish actress Amalia Holm Bjelke with an all-female team. The music video will be released this month together with a new single that that will explore a new, more electronic sound.
Today we are launching a campaign together with a website that summarises and explains some of the projects we are working on and have been working with over the last couple of months. Working with illustrator Federico Salis for the small tour in 2017 was the beginning of us wanting to work with different art forms, and the result of the collaboration was original animations that interpreted our songs. We want to show these to everyone we can, as well as a music video to OCEAN that we did with our friends back home in Sweden last year.
This campaign is not only aiming to build up to the release of the music video, but to give an insight into what we have been working with so far since moving to London, and who we are as a band.
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