After a few years of silence, British electronic trio Zoot Woman announced their return with “Absence”. In the video for their single “Ordinary Face”, you can follow how the band captures the essence of “normal” people.
Described as their “most sincere and personal album” to date, the trio, comprised of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price come back with their precious electronic sounds, reminding us why we love them so much. Adding some 80s electronica touches, the track doesn’t forget to remain modern thanks to its pop take in it. About the video, the directors of the video, ACAPULCO, put on the Youtube channel of the band:
No professional actors, no make-up, no animations or other digital enhancements – We created this video with the help of a bunch of Zoot Woman fans, selfmade light effects & raw emotions, tapping into the song’s greater theme of a personal feeling of insecurity and self-consciousness, and the reassurance that everyone needs from time to time, to feel positive about their life and the world.
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