non-fiction rock from Aotearoa New Zealand

Othering Heights – Video

The audio was recorded while in Liverpool, UK. mr sterile Assembly were invited to participate in a POSTMusic recording session, based at What Studio, inside an old church in Toxteth. The studio run by Stephen Cole of a.P.A.t.T. fame.
The visuals added to this one-take recording are assembly in a cut-up styled video clip, using footage from across the nine countries, film by the band members or people in the audience.
As editing took place it seemed like a visually sympathetic narrative was forming in concert with the text. Contrasting land and cityscapes, from rural to metropolis, and identifying similarities across the globe of the experiences of so many people who exist in the perimeters and boundaries of ‘first-world’ environments. Context and experience is fluid, mobile and dynamic. Luck is not constant.
Enjoy anyway

 

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