“Deja” is taken from the album “Could Be Anywhere”. The video was directed by Timo Ohler whose work has been staging incidentality in a fascinating way and is therefor referring directly to the song.
MAYOLOVE Music presents the new music video FILM from WOSIMSKI.
Almost 80 handpicked spectators have filmed the performance of WOSIMSKI with their mobile phones – resulting in as many perspectives that provide the video with a distinct and overwhelming visual force.
Contentually, the clip is referring to the audiovisual approach of the artist. His album Could Be Anywhere can be considered as a soundtrack for an imaginary film that the listener has to find his own images for.
A carefree day on a paradise island. Cocktails, ice cream and fruits of all kinds, as far as the eye can see. No stress, no obligations, just heavenly holiday. This invites to a boogie of joy. It couldn’t be more spectacular, as suddenly mysterious things happen. Is the nearby Bermuda Triangle responsible for the unexplained phenomena? The heroine turns to higher powers to ask for help. Can she manage to knock this mysterious incident on the head? What’s the cause for all this hustle and bustle?
An evil media demon is attacking the jungle planet where the shaman leader is deadly wounded. The only chance to free mankind from this menace is playing the secret tune of love at the sacred synth tempel.
The music video for Columbus’ debut single Lovemachine was produced by The Crystal Beach. Starring Sarah Keller as Miss Universe, Amos as the Shaman and Bartellow as the Media Demon. The song is taken from Columbus’ debut EP Lovemachine (May 2010 on Estrela)
City Kill is the title track of the action blockbuster “City Kill – Rechnung in Blei”. New York City in the 1980s controlled by the drug lord Raoul Vasquez. Amos escorts the two cunning cops Ronny and Barry on their mission to save the city – and in the end – to cause even more chaos.
Produced by Mayolove.