Shot in Sweden, Mats Udd contrasts the upbeat Ghost by Claptone with some haunting and mythical imagery.
Vanbot 'Collide' by Mats Udd
Mats Udd delivers an otherworldly dance film for Swedish electronic artist Vanbot. With gloomy lighting in an eerie-looking location and some striking mirror work and production design, the dance and performance video transforms into a strange ethereal, disorienting journey. It's mesmerising stuff.
"The video for was shot outside of Stockholm in an old military camp," explains Udd. "I wanted to create a video that deals with space and time and focused on two people colliding."
Vanbot, aka Ester Ideskog (who also produced the video), has commented that the song was written and recorded on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Being on that train "moved her existence to a surreal, parallel place. [So] We wanted the video to move in a landscape untangled from time and in an indefinable space.”
|Production Company||Arkiv Film|
|Production Manager||Daniel Forsvik|
|Director of Photography||Viktor Skogqvist|
|Focus Puller||Oskar Kullander|
|Art Director||Sophie Rockwell|
|Other credits||Dancer: Clara Björck, Eos Karlsson|
Following on from their excellent collaboration for Heart Of Mine, Mats Udd reunites with Swedish musician Andrea Kellerman - aka Firefox AK – for Wildfire.
First Aid Kit fulfill a long-held fantasy in their latest video. They get to go to the prom.
Mats Udd plays it straight - well, almost - in this glossy performance video for Swedish singer Sarah Klang.
Frank Lebon and Matt Prickett have been confirmed as panellists for Deep Cuts 3, the event …
Homespun Yarns have announced that their sixth competition screening event will take place on …
Henry Scholfield took top honours on the biggest night of the year for music videos, winning …
STORMZY’S ‘VOSSI BOP' WINS VIDEO OF THE YEAR
So, at last - it's showtime!
With a few days to go to the big night of the year for music videos, here are the …