Watch a New Video from Pearson Sound
- Words: Shawn Reynaldo
Pearson Sound surprisingly closed out January by issuing a two-track 7" single, "Raindrops," via his own eponymous label. Now, the London-based producer and Hessle Audio co-founder has followed it up with an official video. The record, which essentially features two takes on a single song idea, is rather subdued—not to mention entirely beatless—so it makes sense that the video for "Raindrops" would be similarly subtle. Over the course of three and a half minutes, the music's plinking tones are matched by hazy patches of colored light, which gradually swell and envelop the entire screen. The video can be viewed below.
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