Taken from the new Psy’Aviah album “Seven Sorrows, Seven Stars”, the song “Frozen” gets it’s own music video to emphasize the story behind it, namely an insight into “racing thoughts”, “blackouts” and feeling alone in the world.
The music video is shot at different locations in Antwerp and Ghent. Most notably the “Voetgangerstunnel” staircases, viewpoint at the river Schelde and several places inside the Digipolis complex – which gives a broad view on the South side of the City of Antwerp.
You can watch the music video below. The album “Seven Sorrows, Seven Stars” is available now on CD, as a 2CD boxset, HQ audio download via Bandcamp, Spotify etc.. Recommended to people looking for intelligent electropop.
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