#ThrowbackThursdays: Letting Go

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with the heavy “Letting Go”.Taken from the 2013 EP “Future Past”, animated & directed by Emily Weeks, concept & story heavily built on the lyrics (see them below the video) was done through countless email conversations between Yves Schelpe & Emily Weeks on how it all should evolve and look like. Interact on this post at facebook via this link: www.facebook.com/psyaviah/posts/10150494211164982!

LYRICS:
she wants the cage she lives in to vanish
clean out her closet and break through the walls
that stop her from dreaming, that make it impossible to live her life
she wants to clean the mess inside her head
clear old dusty boxes with memories
of stories she wanted forgotten, but never really could

facts, eveidence, figures, clues and hints
tangible evidence of a crime at hand
bruises, injuries, black eyes and tears
tangible evidence of a painful past

break up with the past, leave it all behind
it’s easier said then done
break up with the past, leave it all behind
i know, it’s easier said then done

if only the days would move a little faste
sleep would last just a little bit longer
and being awake and conscious, wouldn’t have to be so endless
come let waves erase all the past
let them wash it away and bury
everything that once was, ’cause some things are meant to be forgotten

facts, eveidence, figures, clues and hints
tangible evidence of a crime at hand
bruises, injuries, black eyes and tears
tangible evidence of a painful past

break up with the past, leave it all behind
it’s easier said then done
break up with the past, leave it all behind
i know, it’s easier said then done

#ThrowbackThursdays: Circles

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with the heavy “Circles”, because, Sometimes people just run in circles, making the same mistakes, time and time again.. from the “Future Past” EP. Interact on this post at facebook via this link: www.facebook.com/psyaviah/posts/10150494210924982!

#ThrowbackThursdays: Human Garbage

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with the heavy “Endzeit” version of “Human Garbage”. Do check the tv screens in the music video to see how today’s society can sometimes feel, everywhere, be it physically in a warzone or psychologically in a conference room… Interact on this post at facebook via this link: www.facebook.com/psyaviah/posts/10150494210454982!

#ThrowbackThursdays: Visiting Nature

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with a different kind of mùusic video‬, more of an atmospheric one / tune to show our different ‪#ambient‬ side..: “Visiting Nature”. Interact on this post at facebook via this link: www.facebook.com/psyaviah/posts/10150494208939982!

#ThrowbackThursdays: Virtual Gods

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with “Virtual Gods”. A track and clip dealing on the topic of ‪#‎cyberbullying‬ and ‪#‎cyberhate‬, taken from our album “Introspection ~ Extrospection”. It was Directed by Duncan Catterall at PenKat Studios. CAST: Man — Georgie Calverley | Woman — Louise Blacknell | Girl — Danielle Pasco | Boy — Luke Pasco CREW: Director/Editor – Duncan Catterall | Director of Photography — Kate Sutton
Filmed on location in the U.K and Beligum by Penkat Studio. Interact on this post at facebook via this link: www.facebook.com/psyaviah/posts/10150494208939982!

#ThrowbackThursdays: Song of Independence

In our #ThrowbackThursdays we’ll be looking at the music videos we’ve produced over the years.
Today we present you with “Song of Indepencen”. It’s a “DIY” stop-motion video by Yves for the track “Song Of Independence”, taken from the album “Introspection ~ Extrospection” to be released on Alfa Matrix records. The video was made by Yves Schelpe out of several cut-outs, either hand-drawn or taken from magazines. Shot using a handheld Canon EOS 550D camera with a 50mm lens, then frame by frame it was edited in Adobe After Effects. Interact on this post at facebook via this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYdA6z1snDw!