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RINNGS release music video for ‘Glorious’

Today, London based alt-pop duo, RINNGS (Karl Zine and Nai Jannson), release beautiful, intoxicating dance video for ‘Glorious’, the lead single from their debut EP, released July 2018.

Watch Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYMws1WY-js&feature=youtu.be

The video was shot on location in central London at Five Miles club in Tottenham and directed by band member Karl Zine. Speaking about the video Karl said “The song is really about chasing those highs, where you forget about the real world for a minute and are living in the moment, and the video needed to reflect that. We also wanted to capture the feeling of finding someone unexpected that you have an intense connection with.

We shot the video at dawn to make use of the empty city and to ensure that the focus was solely on the two characters, mirroring the way someone can temporarily become your whole world. Although parts of the video are choreographed, most of it was improvised so that we could capture a spontaneity in the movements of the dancers. Many of the shots in the video overlap slightly or morph subtly in to each other, giving the feeling that you might be watching the memory of a moment, rather than watching something happen in real-time.”

RINNGS, have become renowned for carving out their own particular brand of electronic music, delivered solely via a unique combination of silky vocals and percussion – No other instruments are used.

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