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Watch new video by Catalan progressive band Foscor

Watch new video by Catalan progressive band Foscor
About three weeks ago we told you about the exoticity in Foscor’s music coming from their lyrics in Catalan and the clean singing approach along with the melancholic guitar parts, by announcing a new lyric video meant to illustrate a song from the upcoming album of the Catalan band, i.e. “Les Irreals Visions”, set to be out on the 9th of June. Today Foscor unleashed a new video covering the song “Altars”. Shot by Adrià Escanilla, edited by Falke and based on the band’s script, the video presents the journey of a long-haired wanderer who discovers his true nature through the agency of some surrealistic means.

 

Memory is an important element within this album; an extension of human experience on inhabiting the world,” the band stated. “A net of places, ways, wefts, and bounds shapes our daily experience and builds our life at many different levels. To feel its beauty, it is mandatory to inhabit this space, embrace it and live it with the body and memories accumulated over time and experimentation. There is an important sentence within the lyrics of this song that claims ‘… At the margins of the road, big altars stand up…’, which develops the idea that when we are taken to our personal limits, a door to a new reality may appear. Following the topic on ‘Instants’, the altars are a metaphor of those moments of change. We are no longer what we were; we are images of ourselves – and a reinvention for better or worse. 

This is a new video experience developed alongside the team we are used to work with. Again, there is a lot of us in the process of making this video, emotionally and physically, as well as from the people we trust and allows us to achieve the best results. We hope you enjoy and feel this journey as much as we did…
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Photo by Raquel Garcia 
Cover by Nona Limmen


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