(If you like: Two Door Cinema Club, Bombay Bicycle Club, Vessels)
If you watch enough music videos, you will eventually start to notice certain trends that seem to carry-over between genres and artists. Shots of the band goofing around, dramatic shots of colourful objects, and psychedelic, kaleidoscopic-esque visuals often make an appearance in most music videos nowadays.
French electro-pop trio Kid North are part of the genre that often embraces the artistic, montage video style to match. From their most recent album New Waters comes the single “Future Ghosts”, and since the release back in March, Kid North have handed the track over to British post-electronic rock band Vessels for a a stunning new remix.
To accompany the lush, textural remix is the self-aware music video that gives fans and up-and-coming bands tips on how to create the best possible music video (approved by “Skrillex, Rihanna, and The Beatles”).
Watch the parody tutorial below, and head to their website for more music and to hear the original.