Video of the Moment #2140: Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve

By on Friday, 15th July 2016 at 6:00 pm
 

Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve is the intriguing partnership between electronic heavyweights Erol Alkan and Richard Norris. They released their album ‘The Soft Bounce’ on the 1st of July on Phantasy, previously unveiling the video for ‘Creation’, starring the amazing vocal talents of Jane Weaver and Hannah Peel. Now, album track ‘Door to Tomorrow’, with guest vocals from Welsh singer/songwriter Euros Childs, has a promo of its own.

This is one of a series of videos for five tracks from the new Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve album. Knitted together, they stand together as a short film called And So to Sleep that had its premiere as part of the Everyman Cinema Music Festival at the Screen on the Green in Islington back in May. Here’s a soundbite from film director Kieran Evans:

We ended up shooting it like a short film over 2 days in a derelict mansion house in South London that a friend had recommended. An amazing cast and crew were assembled who went above and beyond the call of duty. Patient editors shaped and reshaped the cuts to fit the narrative logic and with the incredible support and belief from the production team at Bullion we finally realised our idea of shaping a short film around five incredible tracks from the Wizards brilliant album ‘The Soft Bounce’.

Have a watch and listen to the noir presentation of ‘Door to Tomorrow’ below. Beyond the Wizard’s debut album is out now.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY7S7gIojfs[/youtube]

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