Watch: Jackson and His Computerband’s New Video For “Dead Living Things”
Parisian electronic artist Jackson Fourgeaud, better known as Jackson and His Computerband, has shared the video for his new single “Dead Living Things” taken from his critically acclaimed second album ‘Glow’.
“Dead Living Things” is directed by Alexandre Courtès and is his only music video of 2013. Courtès is renowned for his interesting and conceptual music videos. His previous videos include “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes, and he has worked with the likes of Daft Punk and Phoenix. He says about the video:
“In an isolated house situations collide, that illustrate different facets of life and lives that have inhabited this place.
Through its poetic nature, this film deals with the different emotions the song brings forth in me, and allows me to illustrate freely the surreal aspects of those very different themes that reflect the wide spectrum of sensations, ideas, thoughts and feelings of our lives.
This project is a direct reference to the works of Fellini and David Lynch. It is a juxtaposition of life scenes and actions that have nothing to do with each other in particular, that however create a fantastic dynamic and resolutely surreal experience.”
Watch “Dead Living Things” below: