Grandbrothers "Naive Rider"
How can artistically shaped worlds of images and the live performance of a band be combined into a music video? The motion picture designers WARPED TYPE, who specialize in visual music, explored this question. The group, which includes the two Music and Mediagraduates Andreas Huck and Roland Nebe, and the Audio and Videoalumnus Florian Breuer completed a series of clips for the Grandbrothers duo, who also studied at the IMM.
The track Naive Rider marked its video premiere as a pre-release to their debut album Dilation on the website of British music magazine FACT TV.. The video for the piece Arctica was presented by the US music magazine XLR8R and reviewed in the well-known music blog Stereogum and elsewhere. The images prepared for the clips were also used as visuals during the release concert at Düsseldorf's Salon des Amateurs and at the Contre-temps Festival in Strasbourg.
Visual Music major Roland Nebe prepared the series of six visual music clips as his bachelor thesis under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Heike Sperling.