After announcing their partnership in March, the trio of DJ Muggs, producer Andrew Kline and singer Brevi (Cross My Heart Hope To Die) unleash a music video for their latest cut, “Rollercoasting.”
Shot in Tokyo by Uchujin Films, the clip features people walking — sometimes forward, sometimes backward — into parking garages, onto the subway, in parks, in strip malls. Their faces are occasionally blurred; flashes of light sometimes interrupt their progress. All of it is set to strange, looping, predatory beats that evoke the high-pitched haze of an altered state of mind — just before the paranoia sets in.
“Trippy, ominous, languid, cinematic.” These words have been used to describe the sound of Cross My Heart Hope To Die; and their debut self-titled EP, available now on iTunes.