A huge joy for me is when readers send me interesting things to check out via twitter or email. Seeing what you readers are interested in musically/visually/whatever is really fascinating and definitely helps me speak to you on a daily basis.
And that’s why I so appreciated getting an email from director Adam Barnick, who sent me a link to “How, Who”, a video that he directed for minimalist acoustic artist Rivulets. It’s a somber, haunting video that shot is shot in black and white and plays out almost like a poem. While turning a Civil War-era burial into a music video might seem like a difficult thing to keep people interested in, Barnick uses fantastic edits, fascinating shots and angles, and moody lighting to create a riveting video. Give it a watch below and let Adam know your thoughts in the comments!
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