Heavy lightness. Booming silence. Burning water. Lonely Togetherness.

All sound like paradoxes, not possible to experience in a rational world. And yet, Danish band Navneløs‘ amazing new music video to “Stille” captures exactly this kind of emotional contradictions, following a young couple and their strong, but fragile, nearly sorrowful love.

“The video depicts the strange phenomena, that it is often in the happiest moments of life that melancholy strikes us. As a bright light which both enlightens and forms shadows at once, reminding us that nothing lasts forever”, explains director and cinematographer Thomas Dyrholm beautifully the short film’s essence.

Dyrholm represents one half of the video collective Powerclap, who are also in charge of other visual beauties like Asbjørn’s Pseudo Vision series, Girls in Airports’ video to “The Grass By The Roses” or the one to Schultz and Forever’s “Falling”.


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