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We’re still not sure how Danes 'The White Album' managed to get their moniker past the Bad Band Names committee, but there we go. The group are becoming known for their sweeping, melodic rock – as well, obviously, for deciding to call themselves directly after a Beatles album - and today they revealed the new video for their track ‘Seasons End’. Have a look at it below.
The song’s called ‘Seasons End’ plural, but there’s only one time of the year that this is set in; a deepest darkest Scandinavian winter. In it, one of the band is walking around the seemingly shut theme park at night time, possibly in reminiscence of when it was open. There flashback shots to a bright colourful time when the stalls were open and he could buy popcorn, throw balls at objects to win prizes and generally lark about.
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Denmark folk outfit The White Album can now present to you the melancholy video to their wintry track 'Seasons End' which has been taken from their debut six-track EP 'Conquistador' released in September 2012 through Popular Recordings/Tri-Tone.
It's a particularly well designed and gripping video featuring actors Henrik Jongdahl and Dines Vesterkaer Slavensky as the man and the boy respectively. Produced by one of the band members Claus Arvad and his filmmaker friends Jakob Nimb Jensen and Thomas Lund, the video features a man walking through a snow covered deserted amusement park and imagining the lights all being on and even buying popcorn at a refreshment kiosk. He also keeps imagining the figure of a young boy playing at the park which is the Brakken amusement park near Copenhagen. The filming is all in slow motion suiting the down-tempo sombreness of the track. The haunting vocals and echoing guitar melody is truly enchanting to the ear and perfect for the wintry season.
The idea of the video was a deep mix of emotional contrast as Claus points out, 'There is a fantastic contrast in the warmth of the lights VS the cold and ghost-town like feel of the deserted, dark and snow covered amusement park.'
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