Over the past few weeks, I’ve been listening to Junip’s “Line Of Fire” and “Your Life, Your Call” on repeat. Now, with only a few weeks until their self-titled sophomore album hits the shelves, the trio drops a video for “Your Life, Your Call”.
Continuing the story created by Swedish director Mikel Cee Karlsson for “Line of Fire”, Karlsson describes his vision for the new video: “The idea was to make a short film divided into two parts where each part is influenced by a separate song but still maintains to create a whole. The videos tell the story of a tormented old man, stuck in a monotonous, loveless relationship. A situation that perhaps was not his choice, or preference to begin with. The old man is simply like all of us, a person influenced by the ideas and beliefs of others which also, unavoidably, influences his choices in life. This realization is what he eventually tries to break free from.”
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