Recent off the discharge of the compilation effort From the Sequence of Songs “Altogether Unaccompanied” Vol. I & II earlier this month, Helena Deland has returned with the video for one in every of its standout tracks, “There Are A Thousand.” For the attractive monitor’s visible part, Deland took inspiration from Bonnie Tyler’s video for “Whole Eclipse Of The Coronary heart,” providing photographs of a singer in a room with little gentle, save for the deal with their face.
“The thought got here to me once I was on an extended drive with my boyfriend listening to ‘Whole Eclipse of the Coronary heart,’” Deland informed i-D, who premiered the video. “We imagined an older man singing this is able to be very transferring and considerably tragic, and in addition one way or the other probably. It is sensible to me that the video feels a little bit misplaced and random, as a result of that’s the sensation the track conveys.”
Maybe it’s the selection of actor, however the “There Are A Thousand” video additionally appears to take affect from David Lynch, particularly the characters that exist within the Black Lodge of the Twin Peaks universe. Take a look at the attractive video above.
From the Sequence of Songs “Altogether Unaccompanied” Vol. I & II is out now on Luminelle Recordings, and Deland is about to carry out throughout a number of occasions at SXSW in Austin this week.
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