Watch: 4:3 premiere new Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch video

Boiler Room's 4:3 site have premiered a new video for Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch's track 'Morphee'. The track comes from the French pianist / composers new album, and it was directed by Weronika Tofilska, who writes: "I wanted to make a still life video - which is a kind of an oxymoron and an exciting challenge for a director and editor. In a way this paradox is what interested me - how to capture the passing of time, witness change and destruction using inanimate objects. Through this I wanted to try to tell a simple story about women and the way they experience change in their lives. The inspiration behind that were traditional still life paintings which play a lot of these ideas of vanity and mortality, but instead of skulls, quills and dead rabbits, I wanted to use modern equivalents. This reflects in an interesting way the duality existing in Emilie’s music - the two parallel worlds of beautiful minimal piano and eery electronics."

You can watch the video via 4:3 here.

Emilie's new album  'Epoques' was released 2 weeks ago and you can listen to it in full and find out more here.

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