Video: Rone "Parade"
- Words: Elissa Stolman
It must have been a painstaking process to film and edit the video for Rone's "Parade," but all the hard work certainly paid off. The whole clip, which was directed by Filip Piskorzynski and hosted by The Creators Project and the InFiné label, was shot in stop-motion, and executed in such a way that it looks like a woman is floating in mid-aid the whole time. Her feet never touch the sandy Southwestern-looking landscape or the pool she hovers above, and the camera even follows her when she dives into the sea and swims to the bottom. Rone's warm, bouncing beat—which will be out on November 5 along with the rest of the French beatmaker's upcoming album, Tohu Bohu—adds to the whimsy and charm of the overall experience.
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