Sailor & I’s Alexander Sjodin has shared a city-slicking video for his recent release Leave The Light On.
Euphoric and building alongside night drives through Tokyo, the leading lady is an inquisitive young woman with tell-tale cropped blonde hair, who spends her time taking train rides and visiting temples. With this influences of Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation on the video is vivid and clear, glossing over the city with a soundtrack that builds on delicate instrumentation and intricate rhythmic patterns. Sjodin's voice lends itself perfectly to the track, unravelling a story of missed opportunities that stumble in the shadows of love and longing.
With a remix package featuring a jack-worthy mix from Junior Sanchez and an emotive roller from Joris Voorn, plus reworks from Kidnap Kid and Park Hi-Hat, the release easily translates from the stage to the club.
Leave The Light On is out now via Sailor & I's imprint The Invention of Loneliness (buy).