Words: Dylan Murphy
The producer’s new music video-meets visual diary entry documents the community that holds him down.
Irish producer Brawni puts community at the centre of everything he does. Likewise, party throwers-turned-label CABAL are an integral part of the island’s cultural fabric, so it makes sense that his ‘Golden Dawn’ EP dropped via the Limerick start up. Today, he’s maintaining the community focus that’s held him down in his nostalgic new visuals for ‘Amber’.
The video caps off a four part series of visual treatments for the tracks from the 2022 EP that brought together friends and collaborators to meld pieces of everyday life into an enduring time capsule.
Stitching together moments from CABAL’s unmissable parties, days spent daydreaming and everything in between, Brawni’s raw footage provides an intimate window into his life.
While it marked an unforgettable moment for him, Brawni’s music is irrevocably intertwined with appreciation of life’s little joys and a commitment to celebrate them. That’s why it’s so apt that the final clips of the video for ‘Amber’ feature Christo and Jean-Claude’s final art piece of a wrapped Arc de Triomphe. Covered for the final two weeks of 2021, it’s an ode to the e impermanence of life, alligning with the transitory moments that his latest visuals capture.
Watch the video for ‘Amber’ below:
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