Eckhardt And The House releases awesome video for latest single What Did My Arms
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Eckhardt And The House is uptempo and danceable indie music with elements from pop to avant-garde to disco-funk, all twisted up into a signature sound with wild experimentation and disregard for the norm.
Eckhardt And The House about the video for their latest single What Did My Arms:
"I met Olivier 2 years ago when I made music for a performance at the Dutch Dance Theater(NDT). Olivier danced in that piece and then I talked about my Eckhardt songs ... he immediately became a fan and I was a fan of him as a dancer (of all the dancers at NDT - really the best in the world) and then we agreed that we would collaborate for a video one day.
Finally the moment was there - in between all his tours around the world - and especially when we brought in cameraman / director Sal. And we started developing the concept.
In terms of concept:
Olivier is French and Eve-marie is Canadian. They have both danced at NDT and are now freelance dancers."
Director/cameraman Sal Kroonenberg has earned his spurs with a long career in Dutch and international and movies and TV.
For single What Did My Arms Eckhardt And The House found inspiration in a quote by American poet and novelist Silvia Plath:
What Did My Arms is another great example of the distinctive Eckhardt sound: nu-disco where Metronomy meets Prince - with hints of Tame Impala in the bass.
What Did My Arms is out now on BERT music (a division of TCBYML)
writer: Rik Elstgeest, Gerry Arling | ISRC: NL-C8O-20-00003
March 23, 2020 6:00am ET by TCBYML