Episode 2 of our post-rock exploration, Delayed Cinema, has us meeting up with Northern Ireland’s post-rock superheroes And So I Watch You From Afar.
Just like in episode 1, we upped the crazy color correction, slow motion and Blurry Bursts. In particular, we improved on the Blurry Bursts. This is a particularly cool sequence. The bursts are just a succession of rapid fire photos that we made into a single video. The tower shot is really cool.
This time around, Kai was in Japan for some shoot, so I took along our other camera buddy, Michi, as well Kris „The Weapon“ Krash to handle lights and sound. This was the first time they were on a FreqsTV shoot but would soon become main characters. Michi went on to shoot many of our best episodes and Kris is our art director and responsible for many of our logos and other design things.
I first learned about ASIWYFA back when we were making the Munich Unsigned series. A bass player in a local band told me about them and I picked up the latest CD, All Hail Bright Futures from 2012. They are one of the most upbeat and energetic post-rock bands that I know. We met up with the lads just after the release of 2015’s Heirs.
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