Galantis and OneRepublic teamed up in early 2019 to launch their radi pleasant hit “Bones,” which has since racked up over 45 million streams on Spotify alone. As extra digital music producers equivalent to Galantis workforce up with mainstream pop teams, the manufacturing values within the accompanying music movies has naturally skyrocketed. This is as obvious as ever now that Galantis and OneRepublic have launched the visible counterpart to “Bones.”
The artists teamed up with director Spencer Hord for the video, and he feedback on his interpretation of the “Bones” music video, saying, “We needed to do one thing conceptually easy, however visually difficult. The purpose was to create a literal illustration of “Bones” with 3D animation, and merge these CG belongings with a moody amusement park surroundings to create a surreal mixed-reality narrative. We shot the stay motion plates at Castle Park in Riverside—a small theme park in Southern California I grew up attending for varied grade-school birthday events. The location was significantly better than I remembered, and the manufacturing course of grew to become a nostalgic expertise to say the least.”
The elaborate video tells the story of the attendees of an amusement park floating between the dwelling and the lifeless, as they turn out to be skeletons at evening inside the vivid confines of the sensory illuminating environment.