Digvalley used Iceland’s landscapes for the visuals of "I Can't Tell"

Norwegian project Digvalley just shared a video for his latest track “I Can’t Tell“. It was filmed in a field of Iceland and the track is featured on his debut LP “Void“, due to be released on November 18.

Digvalley is the music project of Eirik Bøen Gravdal, a singer-songwriter from Odda, Norway. He is also a member of the duos Belle Sonder and Snowfox Noisy. The artist, who is a producer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer/songwriter, shared with us the visuals for his majestuous ambient, apocalyptic, and post-rock track “I Can’t Tell”. The black and white was shot in Snæfellsnes and directed by Rhys Votano. It perfectly fits the power of Iceland’s landscapes while feeding the solitude and inner demons described by the song.

I can’t tell if it’s here
I can’t tell if I’m wrong
I can’t tell if there’s light in the dark from my home

“I Can’t Tell” was the title track of Digvalley‘s latest EP, which was released in 2015. The track has accumulated more than 200K plays and will be featured on his debut album “Void”, which is expected for tomorrow.

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