It was filmed in Connecticut’s landmark Glass House, which was designed by the architect Philip Johnson, and directed by Derrick Belcham, who already worked for almost 2 years on videos about this place. By the way, you can watch “The Glass House – Night Sounds 2013-2015” here.
The video is particularly haunting and fits perfectly the mysterious track. I know Barwick since her debut LP “The Magic Place” where I totally fell in love with “Flown”. Here, her sound seems to have evolved to something less organic by maybe giving more room to synths.
According to the press release, “Will” is an international project as it was recorded in “a variety of locales, from a desolate house in upstate New York to the Moog Factory in Asheville, North Carolina to Lisbon, Portugal.” It will also feature contributions from Chairlift drummer Jamie Ingalls, cellist Maarten Vos, and Thomas Arsenault, who is better known as Mas Ysa.
Below, you can find the tracklisting of the album and the artwork:
1. St. Apolonia
6. Big Hollow
7. Heading Home
9. See, Know