Rezz & Underoath’s Aaron Gillespie’s ‘Falling’ Video
The strains between digital music and steel have at all times been a bloody blur. From the screeching drone of 9 Inch Nails to the thrash-pit booms of early Skrillex, the cross-pollination continues at the moment.
The most recent installment comes courtesy of Underoath frontman Aaron Gillespie as he takes the mic for Canadian producer Rezz’s newest single “Falling.” Showcasing the mix of mechanical stomps and shrill synths which have earned Rezz a devoted dance music fanbase, the discharge is the most recent from her forthcoming Past the Senses EP. Rezz’s industrial techno sound is hypnotic with a touch of psychedelia, although the upcoming EP seems to lean in the direction of extra straight-forward constructions. On “Falling,” Gillespie performs with conventional digital parts of repetition whereas shaping his outcast chorus into verse-chorus familiarity.
“Falling” is accompanied by an intense music video that exhibits Gillespie tied to a chair, caught in an unfriendly digital world that taunts him with self-harm. Rezz, in her signature swirl goggles, rescues him right into a Matrix-esque world. The video’s VR-centric storyline ties into the producer’s plan to host EP listening events in a sequence of digital actuality environments. No telling if the “Falling” setting may even function soiled bathrooms, however one can dream.
The cross-genre collaboration follows Underoath’s 2018 LP Erase Me. The band is taking part in festivals throughout Europe this summer season earlier than heading out in help of Korn and Alice in Chains alongside punk-rappers H09909. Rezz’s six-track Past the Senses is due out July 24 her first launch, on AWAL data.
Watch the music video for “Falling” that includes Gillespie completely on SPIN.