For the video clip, Mold Records, under the imaginative helm of director Sergio Cinghiale, chose for cinematic storytelling of a family caught in the stormy seas of rage and alcohol. The children saved from the bad situation and the decision of the father to keep it out of this dramatic situation is the key to the hope of coming out of this situation and to stop everything before it’s too late. The red lights recurring on the video represent the metaphoric idea of this persistent sense of oppression.
LDV (La Dolce Vita) was formed in the earlier ‘80s around the post-punk scene in Udine, Italy. LDV is now working with Mold Records to release the old and new music of the band. The first album “1979” was released by Mold Records in 2022.
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