the olympia, washington, producer briana marela released her third solo album, call it love, today via jagjaguwar. along with the album’s arrival, marela has shared the visual accompaniment to a new single, “farthest shore.”
marela paired up with seattle-based director bobby mchugh to make the music video, and the two honed in on their shared experience of night terrors to craft the clip’s aesthetic. the end result is quite jarring; marela stars opposite physical manifestations of these terrors, the video’s progressively fractured composition mirroring the debilitating effects of being trapped in a seemingly perpetual dream state.
follow the link above to purchase a copy of call it love, and watch the hazy, unsettling clip for “farthest shore” below.