French electronic producer Molécule has shared his new single ‘Violence’, and accompanying music video directed by acclaimed indie videographer and visual artist Morgan Beringer (The Rolling Stones, Ghostly International, National Geographic) on 1st December via Because Music, and premiered courtesy of RED BULL Music.
The latest single by Molécule titled ‘Violence’ is a dizzying voyage through the frosted tundra; deep, acidic synthesizers bleep and blink atop complex percussive patterns, corrosive pad sounds rise and fall like glassy, breathless avalanches in a hazy delirium of chaos across the arctic, reminding us that survival instinct, the habit of sled-hunting, tracking and death are everyday facts of life. The effects of the mass consumption that characterizes our culture, though invisible, and increasingly destructive, should be much more outrageous to our sensibility.
Watch the official music video for ‘Violence’ by Molécule below –
Upon returning after a five-week journey across the North Atlantic Ocean, Roman Delahaye, aka Molécule has produced an entrancing concept album, embarking on a life-changing, perception-altering expedition to capture the frigid flow of the Arctic Circle.
Also head of independent Parisian label Mille Feuilles, Molécule has worked with prominent labels in the past such as Sounds Around, Aktarus, Underdog Records and Play It Again Sam, respectively, and has released numerous remixes, singles, EPs and seven full-length LPs, including an eighth on the way. In 2018, Molécule is scheduled to perform at Eurosonic Noorderslag Festival in Groningen, The Netherlands alongside artists such as Rone, Sigrid, Högni, Husky Loops, AU/RA and many, many more.
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