Following the entertaining As Bad As I Am, the second video collaboration between Ruby the Rabbitfoot and Natalie Neal is a sensuous performance piece filmed in Malibu - with another hint …
Thayer Sarrano 'The Eternal' by Natalie Neal
Natalie Neal brings a dreamy quality to her video for Thayer Sarrano's shoegaze-influenced The Eternal, placing the singer-songwriter within landscapes and then manipulated with in-camera effects, via prisms and different formats, to great effect.
Sarrano says: “I'm glad that in [the] video, I get to be a soundtrack to a natural world that is also supernatural, with prism lighting and colored landscapes, because it feels like the place where it came from – that place of eternal/love.”
Composed in the wake of a close friend’s passing, Sarrano has said the song is about “how we are all eternal beings, so we don’t die,” and “It was healing to me to think about time not being linear and the idea that music is this transcendent thing beyond the body that makes it."
|Director of Photography||Chantel Beam|
|Focus Puller||Terra Gutmann Gonzales|
|Art Director||Isaac Moody|
|Hair & Make-up||Gordon Banh|
|Director's Representation||Namesake Content|
|Other credits||Still Photography - Kelsey Hart|
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