Son Lux Releases New Video For Lost It To Trying

With his new album Lanterns released last week, Joyful Noise Recordings’ Son Lux has released a music video for the engaging new single, Lost It To Trying.

The music video which was directed, choreographed and edited by Jennifer McQuiston Lott explores human interaction through the mediation of dance focusing on two individuals. The video accompanies Lost It To Trying beautifully with the greyscale colours contrasting the colourful spectrum of the track itself.

Ryan Lott AKA Son Lux

Ryan Lott AKA Son Lux

The video compliments Son Luxs’ creation due to the editing, animation and visual effects by Anthony Ciannamea which screams to outer space. The light, small floating circles and planet like sphere that displays the dancing figures produces a space theme, a term that could easily be used to describe the single Lost It To Trying.

On the back of the release of Lanterns, Lost It To Trying and the new music video, Son Lux AKA Ryan Lott is set to go on tour in January 2014. Son Lux’s European January tour commences on the 14 in Berlin and concludes in Copenhagen on the 31. With his UK fan base growing, tickets are selling fast, however there are some still available for the show in London at the Lexington on 23 January 2014.

Tour dates below:
14 Berlin Bi Nuu
15 Cologne Arttheatre
16 St Gallen Palace
17 Luxembourg Rotonde
18 Brussels AB Club
19 Rotterdam Rotown
21 Nijmegen Merleyn
22 Amsterdam MC Theatre
23 London The Lexington
24 Dublin Workmans Club
25 Tourcoing Le Grand Mix
26 Paris MOFO Festival
28 Ghent Voorvuit
29 Stockholm Debaser
30 Helsinki Kuudes Linja
31 Copenhagen Stengade

By Luke Bennett

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