This week, Draag released the new music video for their first single, ambient track “Ghost Leak”. The song itself, as explained by the band, is about “the feeling of being completely invisible and inconsequential.” They take the meaning a step further with the video, keeping it as literal as possible.
Comprised of many still video clips of a single woman in different areas, amongst a variety of landscapes. Highway overpasses, in the middle of trees, in a souvenir shop, in front of a church. The list goes on and on. Each new shot is unexpected and beautiful, many establishing symmetry and the rule of thirds. And in each of them, the woman looks unseen.
Directed and shot by Adrian Acosta and Jessica Huang | Type by Angelo Rosales | Edited by Elijah R. (lunoluna) | Camera assist by Elijah R. (lunoluna)
The band has a February residency set up at The Echo, so check them out soon. Keep up with DRAAG here.
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