Electronic producer Chromatone unveils a liberating new video for his single 'Flyin' featuring Natty Speaks following the successful release of his debut 4-track EP 'The Ripple Effect' which earned him wide airplay. The new single features on his upcoming second EP 'Touchdown' out November 11th 2013.
The video sees the musician chained up by ankle in a rudimentary prison before managing to obtain a key from a parrot, after which he escapes on a bicycle. Looking to the skies, he sees the parrot flying overhead and so he rushes to the elevator of a building - where he gets rapped at by Natty Speaks - and proceeds to leap off a balcony in an attempt to take to the skies like his parrot (whom he insists, was not harmed during the filming of the video). The track is dynamically melodic with a heavy rhythm, soaring vocals and appropriately high-pitched guitar riffs making it perfectly suited the airborne feeling it sends across.
Chromatone moved to London after achieving remarkable success in Germany with Battle of The Bands and Sprungbrett Popkultur. More than just a cracking pop artist, Chromatone is classically trained, with a history of musical theatre and an extraordinary talent for breakdancing which he often includes in his videos and performances.
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