Bordeaux-based Electronic music act HØRD has unveiled his haunting video for “Bodies #14”, a sorrowful composition that moves slowly like amber over cinematic melodies frozen within timeless celluloid incantations and icy choruses of ethereal synths.
This mood is perfectly captured with the windswept phantasmagoria of edited clips from Jean Epstein’s 1928 film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s Fall of the House of Usher.
Watch the video for “Bodies #14” below:
Bodies is HØRD’s third studio album and it showcases eight brand new passages that develop producer Sebastien Carl’s distinguishing features into new dreamscapes and dimensions.
“Bodies #14” is the first single taken from the new album, which is out on March 27th on Avant! Records.
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