Jacques Greene scores an eerie '70s-inspired short film
Perhaps riding solo wasn't such a good idea
Apple Music and Scottish imprint LuckyMe have released a new, five-minute film titled You See All My Light, set to the music of Canadian artist Jacques Greene.
The ‘70s-inspired thriller stars Hassan Rahim, the designer of the artist’s debut album ‘Feel Infinite', which was released on LuckyMe earlier this year. Taking place in the woods of Quebec, the video revolves around a timeless horror movie theme: a lone driver being stalked by a mystery vehicle.
The soundtrack features Greene’s original version of the film’s title and is paired alongside a remix of the same track from Shlohmo, the head-honcho of the reputable Los Angeles music label WEDIDIT. According to the label, the choice to use to use two different versions of the same track for the film is an effort to showcase "our dualistic nature and the purpose of remixes."
The short-film is now available for streaming via Apple Music. Watch it here.
Check out our eye-opening discussion with Jacques Greene about how French Canadians are impacting today's music scene on this episode of Mixmag's weekly podcast On Rotation.
Watch the trailer for You See All My Light in the video below.