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Flatbush Zombies have joined forces with James Blake on new track ‘Afterlife’

It comes complete with an x-ray sized music video shot before lockdown
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Published: 4:05 pm, August 07, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Flatbush Zombies have joined forces with James Blake on new track ‘Afterlife’

Flatbush Zombies have dropped a brand new number with ‘Afterlife’, produced by James Blake

The trio first met James back in 2018, with ‘Afterlife’ sitting as the first music to be revealed from their sessions together. It sits as even more new music to emerge from Flatbush Zombies after the release of latest EP ‘now, more than ever’ back in June, with the chilling new one coming with a skeletal-styled music video to boot

Speaking about the video itself, shot before lockdown in Paris, director Arnaud Bresson explains how it all came together: “Today, there is no technology that x-ray films a living being without endangering it, so we worked hand in hand with a post-production company to develop a technical device that would allow us to achieve a similar effect. We used multi-camera tracking, recorded the positions and movements of our characters to extract and apply to our 3D compositions. It took four months of work to find the perfect style.”

Sit back, tune in and play ‘Afterlife’ below:

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