GOD we can’t wait for this album to come out! Amber Arcades unveiled the video for her dreamy track “Fading Lines” directed by Gover Meit who played a backward sky diving experience. For those afraid of backward experiences, heights, emptiness, people falling or even people on blue suits, don’t watch it! But, unluckily for you, it is so good that it deserves for you to fight your fears.
Amber Arcades forthcoming debut album is due to be released on June 3rd via Heavenly Recordings and the expectations are very high. Following “Right Now“, “Fading Lines” continues to impress us by the facility of access it has and how catchy it can get.
The track of Amber Arcades is married perfectly to the video, thanks to the floating experience and the blue sky.
About doing the video, director Gover Meit told over email:
From the very first time I heard Amber Arcades’ Fading Lines, I saw this picture of a parachutist flying upwards in my head. Couldn’t help it, couldn’t stop thinking about it. So that’s what happened. One day, I looked up to the sky and I saw two people dancing around each other in mid air, falling down with enormous speed, recording this music video at the same time. Watching it chills me, I have the feeling I’m there, flying upwards while moving downwards, into a deep blue sea of floating air.
You can check the playlist that Amber Arcades share with us here. You can also pre-order the album here, check some photos we took when we saw here live in Brussels below alongside some dates when you can catch her.
May 6/7/8 Here Comes The Summer @ Vlieland, NL
May 19 The Great Escape, Brighton, UK
June 2 Albumrelease @ EKKO, Utrecht, NL
June 4 Lunar Festival @ Tamworth In Arden, UK
June 7 The Lexington, London UK
June 8 L’Espace B, Paris FR
June 10 4AD, Diksmuide, BE
June 11 Auster Club, Berlin, DE
July 22 Secret Garden Party, Abbots Ripton, UK
July 23 Deer Shed Festival, Topcliffe, UK
August 21 Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons, UK
August 26/27 Amsterdam Woods Festival, Amsterdam, NL
September 2/3/4 End Of The Road Festival, Larmer Tree Garden, UK