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“…a shimmering golden symbol of power and also a fragile vessel shaped around a trauma.”
Irish producer J Colleran, formerly known as MMOTHS, has recruited director Christopher Gray to take the reins of his latest video.
Gray says the visuals for ‘bERA’ are, “a shimmering golden symbol of power and also a fragile vessel shaped around a trauma. The presence of a long gaze and the rapid deterioration of strength reveals a true identity” and are inspired by the photography series by Anton Polyakov who documented the people of Transnistria.
J Colleran’s debut album under his new name will be entitled ‘Gardenia’ and is slated for release on June 29.
In December 2016 Jack Colleran released his final track under his MMOTHS moniker. The Irish producer and musician retired the alias, confirming a new direction under the name J Colleran.
He then shared a new video for ‘O + SOH’, directed by Nic Hamilton, and more recently he was added to the 2018 Red Bull Music Academy for its 20th anniversary in Berlin.