Jacques Greene Shares New Video for "Night Tracking"
- Words: James Eaton
Pulled from his recent Phantom Vibrate EP for LuckyMe, Jacques Greene has shared a new video for "Night Tracking." Using footage from the DIY-shot Getaway in Stockholm film, the clip appropriately strings together nighttime footage shot from racing street cars. Moving at a rapid pace, the blurred, streaking lights of various cityscapes and other vehicles prove a fitting accompaniment to Greene's production, which finds the recent New York transplant weaving thick synth melodies and moody chords around a detailed procession of lightly shuffled drums. The full video for "Night Tracking" can be watched below.
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