La Casa Azul – Entra en mi vida
New nuances of sound that continue to confirm that Guille is an exceptional and unique composer, capable of incorporating new sounds from the current musical scene, without losing even a drop of his own personality, reaching unexplored spaces and heights. That syncopated verse, that agile phrasing, rushed, almost hard to catch, could be a refractory mirror of the last snapshots of very well-known artists like DUA LIPA, THE NEIGHBOURHOOD and Demi Lovato, but above all it is also close to that new generation of artists that we like so much here at Elefant – INTERROGACIÓN AMOR, Maria Blaya, THE PIROUETTES, Arlo Parks, CLAUD, WORLWIDE PRINCESS, WHITEROSEMOXIE, Olalla.lux… But little by little the harmony opens, it begins growing (yes, those surges and ascents that are so his, because nobody else does that like he does) and the chorus comes in like a burst of light, rushing in, the musical leaps and style mixer go into full force. It is a journey through time, to the past, the future, overlapping layers, small arrangements, thousands of details throughout a song full of references.
And we could expect nothing less from the video of “Entra En Mi Vida”. It is a journey between the bucolic and the galactic, symbolizing an inward journey (that sitar) and that trademark futuristic esthetic that this time reaches exquisite levels of luminosity and preciousness. A new path is opening, and we want to enjoy it intensely while we open ourselves up to those rays of light.
A Forest Film Studio production
Directed by Lluís Domingo (IG: @lluisdomingo)
Production Design: Guillem Barceló (IG: @guillembarcelofite)
Production Assistant: Valèria Saurí (IG: @vennus_4)
Direction of Photography: Juan Cobo (IG: @juan_cobo_escorial)
Camera Operator: Jannes Jacobs (IG: @jannesjacobs)
Set Design: Guillem Barceló (IG: @guillembarcelofite)
Art Assistant: Guillem Almirall (IG: @o_gui_lherme)
Still Photo: Alícia Bullich (IG: @bu_cilll)
Making Of: Alícia Bullich (IG: @bu_cilll) and Valèria Saurí (IG: @vennus_4)
Thanks: Francesca Clusellas, Aurelio Sanseverino, Rosa Martino (Disnou), Eudald Gili (Artic) and the girls from La Teca 33.