In the midst of their Californian road trip, Diane Sagnier and Chaz Navarro captured in one long take the dreamy mystery of Joshua Tree at sundown. The soundtrack is blessed by an unreleased demo of Diane’s band: Camp Claude. There’s something about the song and video that which will absolutely melt your heart…. It all comes down to semi measurement and homogeneity, to feel and to think. This song’s sexiness lies in its romanticism, and it also captures the innocence of the time perfectly. Guitar ripples over glassy water, beat and slow burn are too inherently seductive to ignore, just a bass line and some snaps—really allows her voice to shine and this video to burn up.
A delicate mix of sounds and sensations, alternatively icy and volcanic, in between organic, electronic and self-endangerment, Camp Claude usually define their music as Sky Wave. Throughout the musical project which formed in the city of Paris in 2013. The Franco-American singer of the band hits amazing depths within electronic lullabies, she is also fashion and lifestyle photographer Diane Sagnier. Navigating among adulthood and teenage years, love and disconnection. Using various means of expression as photo, video and music, Diane represents this generation of creatives who find their inspiration and express through emotion, freedom and nature.
If you missed it, Diane and Chaz appeared together on one of Camp Claude’s latest magic and sensual music video Swimming lessons.