The quartet led by multi-instrumentalist Joseph Mount premiered their new material in March this year under the title Love Letters. The eponymous first single to be drawn from this production is the most uptempo song on the album, and its release was accompanied by a video directed by filmmaker Michel Gondry. The director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) continues with his playful language of simple production, but still demonstrate a mastery of the camera and the use of scenic resources.

A video that somehow refers to the previous ones, such as the proposal he made in 2002 for “Fell in Love With a Girl” by the White Stripes, the infinite path in a reduced space as it did for “Knives Out” (2001) by Radiohead and the entrance by windows and holes in the same structure as the video for “Protection” (1995) by Massive Attack, which you can see below:

Source and images: © Michel Gondry, © Metronomy

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