Pipeline - Old Sault

 Angie taking a break onset during the final scene.

Angie taking a break onset during the final scene.

Our latest video with Old Sault marked the second premier within the short space of 6 months. After releasing her debut EP, Mostly Worried in June of 2017 Angie continues to impress with her latest track Pipeline, where her vocals grace our ears once again. 

Set in Melbourne, amongst a landscape of highways and industry lay the foundations for a collaboration that aimed to compliment the ever calmative, dreamlike melodies of Pipeline. 

 DOP Brad Francis working on the opening scenes magic.

DOP Brad Francis working on the opening scenes magic.

This is our third collaboration with Angie, and as always, it is a privilege and honour to work with such an multi-talented artist.

Here is what director Bradley Murnane has to say about the project: "Pipeline was the extension of an idea that came from an abandoned space I stumbled across that was stacked with discarded washing machines. It's sparked the idea of an alternate dimension where people could be transported into variable locations and environments but stemming from the same beginnings. Making it's way into the video creating a surreal type tone where a world in itself could be found. Like any song I guess, you want to have it owns place so anyone can imagine themselves escaping inside it.

The clip was shot in a day in the city of Melbourne with cinematography by Brad Francis and co produced by Elizabeth Lea".

 Actor Lloyd Grounds onset.

Actor Lloyd Grounds onset.

Angie had this to say about the Pipeline production, "Pipeline is a deeply personal song so creating a visual to it was inconceivable to me at first. Directors Bradley Murnane and Richard Clifford are good friends of mine, so there’s an incredible level of trust when we create together. The clip was conceived by Bradley after a few conversations we had outside of music and outside of filmmaking. He knew what I was going through when I wrote the song and applied that completely to the creative process. The clip isn’t really meant to make sense to a stranger, it doesn’t have a middle or an end. It’s riddled with symbols and metaphors and the rest is up to the viewer.

 Final scene from Pipeline.

Final scene from Pipeline.

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