Berlin-based post-punk artist A.D Mana has premiered today his next video off of his 4 track self titled debut EP, for the fantastic Take Hold. The video was filmed around the streets of Berlin—and shot, directed, and edited by singer and video production polymath Sally Dige.
The release of Take Hold follows Down the Wire, which was previously premiered on Post-Punk.com back in December. Pick up A.D. Mana’s debut EP now via Sentimental Records.
Originally haling from London, A.D Mana creates an unique fusion of cold-wave, post-punk, and elektro-pop that is inspired by time spent in London, Melbourne, Tokyo and Berlin and not unlike The Soft Moon—the music is composed from the environmental ambience of the location the artist has immersed himself in.
“I went to Japan alone for a while—I’ve always been more interested in creating sound and ambience more than conveying a clear Narrative Textural sounds, and lyrics distilled from flashes of memories and sensation are what I’m drawn to. “