July 11, 2014
Intricately woven and utterly divine, Pillar Point is one of Polyvinyl Record’s newest installments. All of the way from Seattle, Washington comes Scott Reitherman wrapped in vintage synths and analog fabric. HIP Video Promo is excited to introduce the new clip “Dreamin’.”
Dark slinking bass lines, drum kits, vintage synthesizers, oh my! Pillar Point’s music pulses with an energetic and consistent heartbeat, while Reitherman’s vocals appear like “an unhinged Ray Davies” urging you to come dance. Straight up picturesque, vibrant, and whimsical, Pillar Point creates images through sounds and is reminiscent of vintage, classic times past.
Although Pillar Point’s music is light and airy, there is a certain darkness to these intricate chords. Breaking boundaries in the indie music genre, Reitherman abandons fears and sings sorrowfully at times, counteracting the lightheartedness of the music with his vocals. This unique balancing act makes for a strong combination of lonesomeness for all things past and hopefulness for all things present.
Pillar Point’s latest clip “Dreamin’” does exactly that. Produced by Wild Combination and directed by Jacob Krupnick, the video clip tells a story through the art of dance. Capturing these smooth moves is Daisuke Omiya, whose character is a young man. Weaving in and out of busy passerby in downtown New York City, he dances through traffic and millions of people, all the while with a look of deep concentration channeling an older man who looks longingly out of a window, into the past or the future, or the deep unknown.
“Dreamin’” is a strong song with a unique message that has been left for the viewer to interpret. Be sure to stay up to date with all of the latest news on Pillar Point by contacting Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo staff at (732)-613-1779 or email us at [email protected] . You can also visit www.PolyvinylRecords.com for more info on Pillar Point.
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