Video: Albert Swarm "Things Fold Into Themselves"
- Words: Elissa Stolman
Finnish producer Albert Swarm has shared a video for "Things Fold Into Themselves," a track from his Wake EP that dropped earlier this week via New York label Ceremony. The clip deals mostly in abstract imagery of what looks like either a camping trip or a lonely cabin in the woods, which makes it an ideal clip to watch with your eyes unfocused. Blurry and time-warped shots of ghostly humanoid shapes, flickering light patterns, and rippling water match the tune's fuzzy synths and rushed beat—lending to the sense that "Things Fold Into Themselves" packs a lot of emotion into its five-minute duration.
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