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Delorean Reimagines the Natural World as Geometric Shapes In "Epic" New Video

It's off the Barcelona quartet’s latest album release, 'Musik.'

by Meilyn Huq
Nov 30 2016, 8:39pm

Three years after their Apar album release, Barcelona-based dance quartet Delorean dropped a saccharine pop LP, Musik, via their own PHLEX label, to the delight of fans worldwide. Today, they share some enticing new visuals for their invigorating album track, "Epic." Backed by rippling eye candy provided by director Joan Guasch, natural landscapes seem to take a life of their own as geometric blocks, spheres, and grids quiver and hover over rocky plains and glistening ice.

"We teamed up with Joan Guasch with whom we worked on "Crystal," Delorean told THUMP via email. "[It follows] the same aesthetic approach Joan integrated geometrical figures in the astonishing natural landscape of Iceland. The result couldn't be more gratifying and enigmatic as we ask ourselves where these figures come from and where are they headed. We just couldn't think of a better way to translate "Epic" into a video."

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