Electronic producer and experimental drummer JBXDR has shared the video for his track ‘Pocketcall’. The video was directed by Tristan Eisenbraun, whose work has been featured by the likes of MTV and Viva. JBXDR has worked alongside notable producers such as Andy Baldwin (Hidden Orchestra, Belle & Sebastian), Jeremy Loucas (Spacepilot), Diana Krall (Order Of Canada) and Terry Lynn Carrington (Giovanni Tommaso Quintet).
‘Pocketcall’ came into fruition as a hymn to Bielfeldt’s partner, and this idea is continued in the video. It is an intimate window into the artist’s life and renders a picture of him as a person. It shows a side of him that many would not otherwise see, while following him through early mornings, commuting, and creating. The imagery not only paints a picture of the deeper meaning of the track but also invites the viewer into the mind of Jörn Bielfeldt.
JBXDR gives some insight: “With the video for Pocketcall I tried to redefine my personal relationship with social media and in general my visual representation in the digital world. I strangely often find myself lost in the search for the ‘right’ content, the ‘right’ words or the ‘right’ message that truly reflects my analogue state of mind, process or emotion. I know nowadays many of us get lost in the same struggle. So I decided to push myself to try something new and show the most intimate parts of my personal life – my relationship to my partner, my homes and the daily search to find the balance between life and all my goals, interests and dreams.”