Leeds-based duo ag. has dropped their latest video “All Falls Down,” which follows a disintegrating relationship. It’s a smooth and smoky ambient track that is built on ethereal moodiness, minimalistic melody, and intricate rhythmic twists. Watch below:
“Our music video transpires the strain of wanting to make something work but your other half keeps running away from acknowledging the problems. We just wanted to put across the emotion, which our lyrics portray. We worked with a great Director called Tom Pallant, an old friend from the north who headed to London to pursue film. He did a great job and we’re already planning our next videos with him.”
“All Falls Down” is from the duo’s debut EP Servia, which will be out on September 28th. Comprised of Ross Quinn and Andrew Goddard, the pair have had successful solo and DJ careers that led them to international tours. With this collaborative project, they are looking into exploring new waters of electronica.
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