Most music videos require thousands of dollars worth of cameras, lighting, actors, material and more. But if you're the creative geniuses from Pomplamoose, all you need is some white foam board, a projector and a unique vision in mind.
Pomplamoose, a music duo made up of Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn, have an experimental sound that combines elements of rock, jazz and electronic music. Back in November, they blew us away with a mesmerizing mashup that brought together the unlikely combination of Lorde, 2Pac and Beck.
In their most recent video, they highlight once again their minimalist talents with a music video done "in one take, no cuts or invisible edits" using a projector, foam boards and Nataly herself to project images onto the set. The catchy song -- an original mashup of Pharell's "Happy" mixed with Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" and "Lose Yourself to Dance" -- is just an added bonus to the aesthetically pleasing shot.
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