- 03 Mar 21
Get an exclusive first look at the video for 'Low' below.
Following the release of their genre-defying single 'Low' last year, Small Circles and Flora Maye are back with the stunning music video for the collaborative track.
Written and recorded with a stripped-down set-up in a small room in Killala, Co. Mayo, 'Low' finds Small Circles (Conor Harkin) exploring a thrilling new direction in his sound – combining the vocals of Flora Maye (Stacey Gilroy) with traditional instrumentation and electronic beats. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Bonobo, Bicep, George Fitzgerald and Daithí, the track blurs the boundaries between genre, as the duo bring a touch of ancient Irish mythology to the modern age.
This concept is further explored in the music video, created by visual artist Ellie Shortall.
"Inspired by my interest in the third space, a new space that has emerged from the technology being so deeply intertwined in our everyday lives, I have attempted to create a space of transcendence, representing the push and pull of physical and digital realms combining," Ellie notes.
Following the release of his Trying EP last year, Small Circles is currently working on his debut album.
Take a look at the video for 'Low' below: