Teen Ravine returns with new visuals for their single “Hall of Horrors”. The song will be off of the duo’s upcoming debut album set to release in early 2018. The video is directed by John Smith (Allie X, Young Rival) and was shot using a Panasonic VHS camcorder.
In regards to the actual filming itself, the two had this to say about the production.
“We wanted to create a warm, meandering, nostalgic feeling of home videos and early memories. We also wanted to capture the disoriented feeling of waking from a dream in the middle of the night, naked and exposed, drifting in and out of sleep in a haze. We found a bunch of objects from thrift stores and had them spinning on a homemade motorized lazy susan with a black background so that all the images were in a slightly dizzying, suspended state. Then we ran the footage through a visual synthesizer called the Tachyons+ The Psychenizer Ultra to manually distort the images and make them feel supernatural.”
The song details the idea of searching for intimacy and compassion while feeling lost and reaching out for someone who is no longer there. Have a look and listen to the atmospheric song and visuals below.