The Cult unveil video for 'Elemental Light' (Salem Remix)Posted on 29/11/12
On a blue monday The Cult frontman Ian Astbury had the idea for Salem to remix a song off their new release "Choice of Weapon". He reached out to the band using an email he found on and EP he had. The band responded and chose "Elemental Light" which resulted in an ethereal, beat-driven version of the song.
Ian Astbury also called in the cinematic help of director Kostas Seremetis to create a visual element for the remix. Ian Astbury: "The result is more short film than music video.. Judge for yourself after the jump.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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