WATCH | Berlin Duo Ant Antic Release Dark Visuals For Second Single "4Pole"
Ant Antic is a duo formed by Berlin based producer Tobias Koett and multi instrumentalist Marco Kleebaue.
Their debut album Wealth will be out in June 2017 via Seayou Records and we couldn't be more stoked for this. The music video for "4Pole," which just got released, is just a tease for what's to come. Their style wraps melancholy mood in urgent songs full of hope and cruises among ambient, electronic and contemporary R&B sounds. "4Pole" is the second single, with stunning visuals to accompany the release, set in dark scenes of ambiguous happenings keeping you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire thing.
'4Pole' is not only the angriest song, but also production wise one of the most interesting songs on the album. Although it's a very contemporary production the song still has this rough & honest vibe to it, which I often miss in modern pop music. Lyric wise it's a subjective sociological observation set in a personal conflict evoking a feeling of hopeful resignation.
The intention while directing the video was to focus on the universal feeling of being alone after someone or something has left and make it tangible through its visualization. While there is no definite story to the video, the different plot lines illustrate the diverse emotions of the stray protagonists fighting with the same sentiment, as a generation longing for love turns to it’s opposite.
Watch the video above. Get to know them better below: