Here is a mesmerizing new video treatment by Uncanny Valley Studio to illustrate the equally amazing track titled “BOLERO” off Franco-Tahitian collective QuinzeQuinze’s forthcoming debut EP “Le Jeune”. Another beautifully rendered vision involving fish of many kinds and walks of life.
Watch video for BOLERO by QuinzeQuinze:
The track brilliantly piles another element of sonic wonder over the existing instrumental in a cyclical fashion, every fifteen seconds. Just like Maurice Ravel’s famous classical piece of music of the same name: “Bolero”.
A piece of music so simple in appearance but, oh so difficult to replicate tastefully. Something QuinzeQuinze managed effortlessly here with their latest single. And with the single comes noteworthy remixes. After DJ Deep, it’s Anglo-colombian Florrentino up for duty (see Passport section further down).
QuinzeQuinze have been around since 2013 as a multidisciplinary collective. But decided last year to focus their time on the music side of their gig. Blending Tahitian heritage (with the unique sounds of the to’ere, or commonly known as the steel drum), some South American swagger and rays of Caribbean sunshine to their singular production.
We had previously covered their debut release titled “Le Jeune” back in late September 2020. And with the date of the EP release fast approaching. We can’t recommend enough that this is an outfit you really need to dive into. QuinzeQuinze is a collective based out of Paris, France. But this shouldn’t damper your curiosity as it sounds absolutely different from what you’ve probably heard today so far.