Baauer & Soleima's 'Company' Is a Digital Deconstruction of Beats and Love: Watch

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There's a chill within the air, and widespread tradition dictates this to imply "cuffing season." It's that particular time of 12 months when staying indoors begets melancholy within the type of seasonal affective dysfunction. If you don't have a heat physique with which to binge streamed tv, you're simply not gonna have that a lot enjoyable.

Baauer's newest single "Company," that includes fairy vocals from Danish singer Soleima, takes a psychedelic microscope to those fleeting, socially constructed feels. During the writing course of, Baauer and Soleima went again to bed room manufacturing fundamentals, surrounding themselves with intimacy with the intention to discover introversion. There's a hush all through "Company," a tune that's as a lot about silence as it’s ASMR set off blips. It's a lonely tune, glowing in darkness with the faint heat of know-how's blue gentle.

It will get an excellent trippier music video, directed and animated by digital artist Jonathan Zawada. He's the identical man who headed visuals for METAMATHEMAGICAL, a 15-minute audio/visible program that lit up the aspect of Sydney's Opera House in Australia, scored partly by experimental bass producer Eprom. Zawada additionally designed Flume's Skin album art work. 

In "Company," Zawada makes use of robots with simply sufficient human options to freak you out as a method of exploring sensuality, sexuality and human connection. Why does it make you unhappy to see these disembodied robotic arms fondle one another and be ripped aside? Because you're not a robotic, regardless of how laborious you attempt to be.

It's a cool video for a means fascinating soundscape. Catch all the sentiments, and possibly a couple of shivers, with "Company" under.