SINKANE Reveals Video for New Track Warm Spell

After his recent appearance with Usher on stage at SXSW and short visit to the UK where he performed at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen a few weeks back, SINKANE has now revealed the video for new track, Warm Spell.

Sinkane Warm Spell video

Screen shot from Warm Spell video

The beautifully shot clip accompanying Warm Spell features a man as he appears in an alternate reality inhabited by foreign terrain and populated by sirens. He attempts to avoid the sirens’ spell but ultimately fails and he submits to his primal desires and fantasies. Only when he finally submits, is he ultimately able to decode the strange world that surrounds him.

Director Philip Di Fiore and Director Christopher J. Lytwyn photographed everyday fruits, vegetables and flowers with a macro lens in order to create the identity and terrain of the universe in the video. It’s a truely artistic video for a track that fully deserves it. Warm Spell begins as an experimental jazz piece before it settles into an easy to listen to track full of meditative vocals, jazz drum beats and wonderful summery guitar riffs.

SINKANE’s debut album Mars was released last year through City Slang.

See Sinkane live this summer:
July 5             UK Kent Hopfarm Festival
July 9              IT Roma SuperSanto’s @ San Lorenzo Estate
July 10           IT Ravenna Hani-Bi
July 11            ES Madrid Picnic Sessions
July 12            ES Barcelona Apollo
July 16            NL Nijmegen De Affaire Festival
July 19            DE Gräfenhainichen  Melt Festival
July 20            BE Dour Dour Festival
July 21            UK Suffolk Latitude Festival

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