Bread Alone, the music video I directed for the musician Lorne was released today. The video is now on YouTube and you can find the following words of mine in a review on Clash Magazine. Follow the links.
"Director Gonçalo Almeida has stepped in to steer the visuals, a beautifully composed video that deftly expands on the subtleties of the songwriting. He explains:
"The idea behind the video for 'Bread Alone' was to not make something that looks like a music video.
I don´t normally watch music videos. I don´t like how sharp they are and how similar they look.
I wanted to make a film that if, by accident, you watch without sound, you wouldn't tell immediately that you were watching a music video."
"The song spoke to me about a departure and a decision concerning that. I thought about the times that I dream about going somewhere else but the road is empty and endless and I end up in the place where I started. We shot at night with available street lights and we embraced certain aspects of photography that you would normally disregard."