28 Mar 2011


4 Comments audio, video

This past weekend I spent in New York hanging out with Ian Perlman. One of the highlights of my trip was visiting MoMA and brainstorming ideas for the new Beach Fossils video with him, we spent most of our time in their music video and modern photography by women exhibits, and both of those exhibits stimulated an ample amount of ideas.

Dustin had sent this video to Ian by an artist from Spain called Bedroom, which serves as some of the inspiration for the new video. This music video is stunning, I was lost for words when I was watching it at Ian’s place. The shots are very interesting and creative, a masterpiece to watch, and quite honestly is the best music video I’ve ever seen. Bedroom is Albert Aromir. He sings and plays acoustic guitar over found sounds, mixing in melodic undertones and creating a dreamy, natural sound of sorts. He dropped an LP on Foehn Records a couple of months ago, grab it here.

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4 Responses to “BEDROOM”

  1. Reply keith doherty says:

    oh wow can’t wait for you beach fossils video. love their tunes

    • Reply Louis says:

      yea dude, me too. I called Ian today and he said it’s been coming out really good! They are filming nude white painted bodies running around in the forest or something next.

    • Reply Louis says:

      yes I just saw beach fossils for the first time and honestly it was the most fun ive had at a show

  2. Reply anon says:

    The Bedroom’s video director is Ramon Ayala. I felt someone should credit that info!

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