Ross Henry – Unveils Accompanying Music Video For ‘Flux’

ROSS HENRY

UNVEILS STUNNING AVANT-GARDE VIDEO FOR ‘FLUX’

SUPPORT FOR ‘FLUX’

“The track shifts constantly, effortlessly playing with expectations and creating a satisfying ride.”
The Wild Honey Pie (USA)

“Poetry, production and magic.”
4/5 Stars
Linda Marigliano – triple j (AUS)

“This is a confident artist who is on the top of his craft and we cannot wait to hear what the future holds.”
Ear to the Ground (USA)

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After releasing his latest standout single ‘Flux’, Sydney-based experimental electronic producer, Ross Henry, has just unveiled the accompanying music video – a complete DIY effort produced at his Stanmore home studio.

Maintaining the track’s atmospheric essence, the clip features an ethereal-looking Henry, being doused in brightly coloured powders and metallic liquids. The framing erratically shifts between scenes of nature, extreme close-ups of the human form and collections of otherworldly images, providing insight into humanity’s volatile relationship within planet Earth.

Watch ‘Flux’:

Henry describes the motivation behind the clip –

“Flux is about transience, movement and how a shift in dynamics can foster or erode a safe space. Through physical experimentation, I looked to explore scale, texture and time to convey the idea of vast global transitions. Similar to recent single “The Deep”, the video for Flux utilises the same fundamental techniques I use to produce electronic music..”

Since the release of ‘Flux’, the track has been supported by the likes of triple j, community radio stations including FBi, 4ZZZ, RTR, SYN and a slew of worldwide tastemaker blogs.

To celebrate it’s release, the songsmith will be launching his new single in Sydney at Chippendale’s Knox Bar on March 17th. He will also be supporting Kate Martin on the Melbourne leg of her ’Set My Life To Fire’ tour at the Grace Darling on March 24th.

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