Folk singer-songwriter Pablo Dylan is scaling again the visuals to match his stripped-down sounds within the video for “Eye of the Storm,” premiering completely on Streets Talkin as we speak (Sept. 21).
In a one-take monitoring shot, Dylan saunters a few rustic cabin and wild terrain that additionally occurred to be featured within the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock movie The Birds. The video provides each impression of a spur-of-the-moment shoot that provides to the homegrown really feel of the light-weight tune.
"My mates and I have been on a street journey this summer time up north by means of California simply after I had launched the one ['Eye of the Storm']. I had this elaborate music video deliberate to shoot once we again to L.A., however we stumbled upon this deserted home on the facet of the street and determined to discover it,” Dylan tells Streets Talkin. “I used to be impressed by the home and the desolate woods surrounding it. It gave me this nostalgic and bucolic feeling set a distant period in America's historical past.”
The old-school strategy suits effectively with Dylan’s transformation over the previous couple of years. Though first making waves as Bob Dylan’s grandson experimenting with hip-hop and beat manufacturing, “Eye of the Storm” displays a back-to-basics strategy taken by Dylan as he continues to develop his private id and are available into his personal as a songwriter.
With an unflinching and unfettered profile shot and bare-bones lyricism, Dylan’s imaginative and prescient is coming into full view.
Check out the video for “Eye of the Storm” under.