"When I got invited to create this clip, I thought: 'I'll be able to blow up the room, I'm in!!!!!' There was only one fact I didn't take into account, someone had to clean up afterwards. Please believe me, getting rid of glitter in a 400-meter studio is not an easy task".
Surreal, dark, and full of visual surprises, the video for Likvid’s “Flush It Out” will be paying tribute to the horror genre. Centering on a “Dracula motive” which develops into a new imagined story, the animation creators Marian Vredik & Jana Hirnerova capture a certain flavour of weirdness, which compliment the undertones and overall mood of the single.
An enigmatic music video for the song "Hole in the Universe" by a mysterious niXes band takes the listeners on a metaphysical journey. The person responsible for the production of the video was Marta Kacprzak. The niXes Project musically moves in the neo hippie surf cosmic music style.
The "I Promise" music video was directed by Michal Marczak, who previously directed a video vignette for Radiohead's ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool (2016), and the video for single "Beautiful People" by Mark Pritchard, featuring Yorke. The video depicts a nighttime bus journey of forlorn passengers, one of whom is a detached robotic head. Robin Hilton of NPR interpreted the video as a reference to the "grueling" schedule and sense of isolation Yorke experienced while on tour for OK Computer.
Surrounded by mountains, an amusement park which brings joy for all spreads its light among the stars. Emerging from the forest, a wild child decides to break all the light beams to restore the true brightness of the sky.
"Monster" is about an inner voice, sitting somewhere deep inside each of us. A voice that often says that we're not good enough, that it's not worth to take up challenges because they will end in failure anyway. It bothers us every day. In interpersonal relations, at work, and doesn't allow us to spread our wings.
The video for the album’s title track is a novel-like declaration based on experiencing emotions, creating a coherent piece with the music and using cinematic language. “Dreaming awake, evoking and experiencing fear channelling from a dark and indescribable shadow” - Norbert Porkoláb
Music video of "Relativity", music by Tó Brandileone, Célso Viáfora and Léo Bianchini, performed by Fran Rosas. "500 years ago we would take 500 years to get to where we are / Today it takes a minute to in a minute" - a reflection on the relativity of things.
This animation made of 2500 paintings tells the story of a man who tries to run away from his fate. He is seeking for success, fame, happiness and love... But the city is too strong and he can't win. Sadly, he becomes a powerless witness of his own fall, just like a bee trapped in a spiderweb.
Along with Mateusz Dziekoński (DoP), Magdalena Czmuda (producer) from Sputnik Studio (production company) and Studio Miło (post-production) Grajper has created a strange and fascinating version of a retrofuturistic world. It's here where old school Japanese aesthetics meets the worst Orwell's predictions. It may appear surreal to paint prison walls pink like the Tamgotchi eggshell, until you realize that this is the Baker-Miller pink, said to be the color most effectively reducing aggression among inmates.
The clip is supposed to make reference to a text by Czesław Niemen – it is to show the condition of the modern human. In order to avoid telling the story literally, we looked for inspiration in Andrzej Wróblewski's painting – we try to incorporate his aesthetics and emotionality into the image.
A romantic, fairy-tale-like story about the relationship between two sensitive Giants that live in the mountains. Giant Woman decides to seek for help from local peasants to safe her beloved diseased partner.
Uncloud is an experimental short dance project, focusing on the connection between artists and audiences. It's a surprising mix of sci-fi and dance elements, creating a mood piece that questions the nature of control as an audience.