The visual of chairs being set up in the round is slightly peculiar to the untrained eye, setting a microphone up while it pendulum swings above a stool, amps being set up. Casey Dubie‘s new video for “Silver” was strikingly shot by Kayhl Cooper, each frame flooded with largely monochromatic tones, giving more dimension to an already lush and beautiful visual that matches its corresponding soundscape. Explains Casey:
I had a blast working with Kayhl on this video. We shot over two days in a few locations in northern Vermont. He is so creative and I’m excited that the video narrates a few of the themes in the song really well. In this video we wanted to depict the different voices we live with that attempt to weigh us down as well as explore who our audience is.
We’re blown away by every aspect of it, and are pleased to have your first look at “Silver” in its entirety below!
Keep up with Casey Dubie here.
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