Abraham Brody’s Surreal New Visuals for Nightingale

Ahead of his November 18th debut at the London Jazz Festival at Village Underground, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Lithuanian-American Abraham Brody plates up his newest offering titled “Nightingale” in the forms of a surreal video and his signature miss-mashed layered electronic sound directed by Anna Frida Jonsdottir.

Taken from Brody’s upcoming LP “Crossings”, scheduled for self-release this month, this track follows previous released singles “Judith” and “In The Dream”, also taken from the forthcoming album, produced by Francesco Fabris at Greenhouse Studios, behind some of weird and wonderful sounds of Ben Frost, Valgeir Sigurdsson and Björk in Iceland.

The video sees the ravishing Brody become the centre and subject of his own world within the Icelandic landscape. We are not complaining, as Brody walks and discovers In nothing but sheer covering. Not unlike Brody to select such a backdrop as he delves into his Baltic roots, the sounds and visuals he delivers sit on the edge of audio but lay drenched in culture.

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