Ingredient – Variation [Music Video]

Today the Toronto duo Ingredient which is the new project from Ian Daniel Kehoe and Luka Kuplowsky had dropped the music video for Variation.
The second single is taken from their self-titled debut album which comes out on November 25th via Telephone Explosion.
A nice dreamy electro-pop tune that has a 1980s synth inspired vibe.

About the track by Ingredient:
“I am lost for words.” “Variation” hinges upon the humility inherent in these lines. A humility mirrored in the rhythmic lightness of touch. In the softly arching duration of 90’s rompler samples of human voices. A humility arrived at in the face of the equitable intelligence sensed in our world. “Variation in the natural world” – the modern thought of the natural world, exclusive of nothing and of no place.

The song, which arrives with a video directed by Kuplowsky and edited by Colin Medley, features Toronto multi-instrumentalist, idolized songwriter, and sought-after collaborator, Thom Gill on vocals.

The video for “Variation” imagines the song as a surrealist field recording and interspecies collaboration: a microphone grazes the curve of a leaf; radio signals bridge animal worlds; an enigmatic frog responds. Inspired by the segment “The Volume” in the anthology film Funky Forest: The First Contact by Shunichiro Miki, Hajime Ishimine, and Katsuhito Ishii.

Variation gets: 📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷/10.

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