Flume, Toro y Moi release claymation music video for Jon Hopkins' remix of 'The Difference'
After treating listeners to Jon Hopkins‘ remix of “The Difference,” Flume and Toro y Moi are now bolstering the avant-garde edit with a climatic new accompaniment. The hypnotic music video for Flume and Toro’s drum ‘n’ bass offering adds a visual element that elevates the pure spectacle of the audio in Flume’s signature eclectic style.
In the video, viewers are acquainted with a bizarre sequence of a clay version of the Australian artists running through the desert and a clay Toro y Moi waking up in a strange room. The oddity continues as the two collaborators meet in a room reminiscent of a structure from Harry Potter, complete with flashing lights and falling marbles.
A collaboration that convenes Flume, Toro y Moi, and Hopkins is one worth nothing in the electronic history books, and the music video amplifies the creativity that is evidently in no short supply between the members of this dignitary trifecta. The video, directed by Taylor Bonin and Stephanie Hulewicz, took more than 1,000 hours to produce, Flume disclosed in an Instagram post, and believe us, it shows.