See: Glass Museum reveal new video for ‘Clothing’



We’ve already featured Jazz / electronic duo Glass Museum in the run up to their album Reykjavik, which drops on April 24th via Sdban Ultra, but such is the quality of their work, we’re featuring them again, this time a new video for the track ‘Clothing’.

Of the track the duo say “Clothing was composed as a live remix of our formal track ‘Opening’, the opening piece on our first album “DEUX”. The idea was to give ‘Opening’ another dimension when playing live by accelerating the arpeggiator of the original track and by adding a groovy, downtempo beat on the first part, and secondly to conclude our live performances with a regular techno beat that would give an electronic /dancy sensation. After re-thinking the final result, we decided to give that version its own life in the studio and it became ‘Clothing’, deflecting ‘Closing’ to a tribute to the orange cloth presented on our album cover”.

Opening with sparce pianos and this almost trap like beat, it gradually become stronger from its fragile start into this eastern sounding track, with popping double bass and synths that oscillate and lap against your ear.

Check out the Simon Medard directed video, here

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