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Sleepy Soul 'Self' by Dustie Carter
Sleepy Soul go on a musical road trip in Dustie Carter's promo for new release Self.
Deeply introspective, the track explores the loneliness and insecurity that accompanies the artist's experience of being in their mid twenties.
The coming of age themes are paired with an understated, laidback promo that gives viewers a glimpse into the duo's world, as their car drives down the narrow roads of a small Midwestern highway, in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Regular collaborator Mike Dalton lays down a desaturated, soft aesthetic that balances dreamy vibes with a sense of uncomfortable realism, which is a perfect fit for the angsty concept.
|Director of Photography||Mike Dalton|
|Focus Puller||Ethan Waddell|
|Post production company||Outpost|
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