The Floridan eccentric alternative band DBMK take artful creativity to the extreme. Care is taken at each step, from the crafting of their music, to interactions with fans and their intricate and at times mysterious online engagement. Music videos are part of this care, where you can feel that a late night vision has been expanded and brought to life in a visual.
“Nocturne” (aka Night Music) has been the latest DBMK creature to have the artful touch, with a music video released for the track today. The curiosity provoking video is an excuse to revisit DBMK’s Collapse album (released July 2016) as well as have “Nocturne” as our Track Of The Day (again).
Via the new video, “Nocturne” more clearly captures night restlessness, disconnection, heart-heaviness, as well as showing Kyle, Colton, Josh and Jacob doing what they seem to do best; going for it and playing their music with high energy.
“My thoughts come fast and I want you to miss this mind
Wait for the crash despite my obvious design
I’m not the end but tell me how am I expected to begin again”
“Nocturne” is uncomfortable silences and waiting, and wondering if you’ve been heard at all. “Nocturne” is immersing in thoughts and surviving storms.
Directed by Phil DuDeVoire and Kyle Knudsen, and produced by Ben Eytallis and Chip Hansen, of LunarVue Media, LLC, the video brilliantly captures the essence of “Nocturne”, and deserves a watch or three.
Stream Collapse here: https://open.spotify.com/album/38iLYsGfLlG8yITks7plOe