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The Graft’s Jasper Cable-Alexander spins us into lo-fi dreamworld in the music video “Round the Clock by Sorry”

David Lynch meets Alice in Wonderland, ever thought that was a thing? Well, Jasper Cable-Alexander proves it is. His striking, spiraling, surrealist music video for the upcoming London band, Sorry, follows a woman stuck in the motion of a broken clock. And yes, it’s as beautifully topsy-turvy as it sounds.

Shot on 16mm in an all-too real London pub, the video perfectly hosts the band’s deadpan style and 90s electronic overtones.

Jasper Cable-Alexander: “The whole process really felt like re-creating a surreal daytime hallucination mixed with a heavy night out.”

The result is understated magic. The strange mix of characters are the kind that would only appear in your dreams. Complete with edits timed to the beat of the track, Jasper’s creativity is hypnotic to the final frame.

So, if you’re ready to get lost in a quirky otherworld, tuned to hazy neo-rock beats, look no further. Jasper Cable-Alexander delivers the goods.

Jasper hones in his creativity for a beautifully topsy- turvy visual that is complete with edits well timed to the beat of the track,  “The whole process really felt like re-creating a surreal daytime hallucination mixed with a heavy night out.” Experience it for yourself and watch the video here  

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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