Take A Break In The Photorealistic World Of Moaning’s “Connect The Dots”

We could all take a vacay from earth

Photo: Michael Schmelling

LA trio Moaning has shared the video for “Connect The Dots” where we are taken into a photorealistic world. Directed by Campbell Logan, the video is a much-needed break we could all use from earth right now. The track is a moody piece that yields a rare cheery effect on you through its swelling riffs. Watch below:

Moaning’s Sean Solomon shared: “The song is about realizing you need help and being brave enough to ask for it. It’s a misconception that asking for help is a sign of weakness. In reality it’s one of the hardest things you can do.”

On the video, Logan shared: “I created this video with the intention of inspiring self-forgiveness, something I think we should all practice. Making it gave me the opportunity to practice an approach that I like to call Filmmaking Simulation, which is a process of doing film production using virtual cinematography, set design and performance. The result is photorealistic and mimics live action. We had an extremely quick turnaround on the video, but were able to complete it in a little over a month, and despite these hurdles I’m so proud of it!”

The track is from Moaning’s upcoming sophomore album Uneasy Laughter, which will be out tomorrow.