Introverts around the world can relate to Crayon’s latest visuals for ‘Pink’, which features fellow Parisian artist Lossapardo. The single taken from Crayon’s recent EP ‘Post Blue’, out now on Roche Musique, is a soft and delicate song carried by Lossapardo’s voice. The video as a perfect reflection of the tune, minimal leaves place to everyone’s imagination and emotions. Warm lights and elaborated frames on retro film. ‘Pink’ is a mix between an idealistic world and reality the profound need to escape a place where you don’t fit in. The clip comes with a remix announcement from the leftfield electronic artist, revealing details of fellow label mate Duñe putting a spin on ‘After The Tone’.
“Pink was composed in my living room with Lossapardo at a time where I could hardly go out. I found myself feeling more comfortable when alone than when I had to go out and meet friends, attending parties, etc… So the idea was to bring the character in this abnormal looking party, to emphasize on how anxiogenic such small events can be depending on your current mindset.” – Crayon
Always driven by his search for balance, Crayon delivers here his most personal work. ‘Post Blue’ presents a digital soul, both contemplative and rousing, where acoustic and electronic sounds mingle. This taste of paradox is essential from the beginning and remains throughout all the EP. One feels at once relaxed and anguished, optimistic and melancholic. Creatively, the approach is, again, both instinctive and purposeful.