Hunter, the latest music video of New York-based electronic indie-rock band Late Sea, is the final chapter of The Writer Trilogy, band’s debut EP, released in December 2017. The visual masterpiece follows two other pieces – Ring the Bells and Great White, and it premiered on January 18th (Spill Magazine).
The beautiful track, heavily charged with melancholia and surrealism, is complemented by an outwordly video featuring performer Mina Nishimura. Presented as an “ode to Franz Kafka”, the mesmerizing short-film could find its own place in Murakami’s “by the shore” atmosphere.
About the band: Late Sea is an electronic indie-rock band formed by Izzy Gliksberg (vocals & keyboards), Sam Nester (trumpet), Joe Peri (drums), Yoav Shemesh (keyboards) and Charlotte Mundy (backing vocals).
About the video: Directed by Andrey Alistratov and Hazuki Aikawa, Produced by Noka Productions, Choreographed and performed by Mina Nishimura, Animation: Yulia Ruditskaya, Production Crew: Andrey Alistratov, Hazuki Aikawa, Brad DeDecco, Elizaveta Muravieva, Kristina Dada, Editing: Hazuki Aikawa, Andrey Alistratov.
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