08/08/2016 03:32:41 PM
Definitely there is something deeper behind this music video. And we're not just talking about the music and letters here. But Maya's Anklet's “Kung Alam Ko Lang” exhibits the same alternative genre yet done in a bit different way – if you compare it to their EP years ago.
And their music video – disposition of a relationship fallout graced in the art form of ballet dancing – is something to ponder on. Not surprising that despite Autotelic's emergence with “Unstable” and TheSunManager's “In Darkness,” Kung Alam Ko Lang struck me the most. (These three, by the way, was formally launched in a gig called Where The Light Settles/Light Settling held at Route 196 last year).
Perhaps, their grace has said them all, in accordance to its music video production; a mellow extravaganza. You have to give kudos to director AJ Orlina, choreographer Gia Gequinto and ballet dancers Timothy Cabrera, Denise Parungao (of Ballet Philippines) for what has been an artistic depiction.
Talk about emotion. Talk about how this band creates songs that are potential tearjerker (sometimes). And that was quite under-rated yet intelligent artwork.
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