Italian composer Luca D'Alberto shares the imaginative new video to the title track of his inbound album, Endless.
Composed, arranged and played entirely by himself – the multitalented D’Alberto can play the violin, viola, violectra, cello and piano - the album was then produced by Martyn Heyne (who fans of contemporary classical may know from his work with Nils Frahm) with additional production from acclaimed DJ and producer Henrik Schwarz.
Set to arrive June 2nd we’ve joined forces with 7K! to premiere the Mark Hunt directed video to Endless’ title track, shot in industrial Berlin with D’Alberto explaining the inspiration behind the track to be the futility of our attempts to love others as summed up in the below reference and commentary.
"’Each minute, each moment, man is saying or thinking, 'I'. And each time his I is different. Just now it was a thought, now it is a desire, now a sensation, now another thought, and so on, endlessly.’ - George Ivanovich Gurdjieff
The rules of love are too demanding for us humans. With our eyes closed we fall back trying to escape the obligation, to live a new start, to be reborn. We can love manifold in the same moment, defying right or wrong. Chaos and Love, Aphrodite and Erebus chasing each other. No victims, no killers. We are one dancing with our love and sins endlessly.”
Watch the video below and pre-order the album here