The multi-dimensional music world of Leslie Schott and Andrew Valenti better know as Holy Golden they’re responsible for tantalising sounds that take the form of euphoric dream-pop to lo-fi garage rock have just coughed up a new music video. Dynamic and driven the track predominantly consistent of various alternative/rock elements that are prevalent throughout the track. Containing airy and melodic components that govern The Movie it is met with a display of steady percussion that saddles the melodic elements of the track effortlessly while giving just the right dosage of motion as to not steal away from the emotion in the melody. It is worth taking note that the music video is its directed and shot by none other than Holy Golden themselves.

The visual accompaniment to the track takes place is in a seeming rural Wyoming setting. The imagery of mountains and meadows appropriately resonating with the melodic spaciousness of the sound. Not to mention the imagery has a pronounced effect of age that is imposed in the form of filtered or otherwise augmented footage that arguably depicts the playback of an old camera, or the recollection of fond memories.

The title of the track The Movie is rather ambiguous considering the musical content however it is strung together by what appears to be a well thought out visual production which stresses on surreal landscapes and the sensation of turning back the hands of time. Along with the fact that the music video was directed, shot and edited by the artists themselves gives great credit to the production as an intimate piece of work that speaks volumes in communicating the multifaceted creative outlooks of the artist.

Catch the dynamic duo as part of the Holy Golden summer solstice show. one that is promised to a treat a for both fans an curious lovers of music and art alike.

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