Yeasayer: Ambling Alp by Team G Productions
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Yeasayer: Ambling Alp by Team G Productions
amblingalp.com by Team G Productions

amblingalp.com by Team G Productions

Team G Productions have created an interactive 360 degree video to promote Yeasayer’s new single, Ambling Alp. Using several shots from the video, the viewer is able to rotate the camera freely while the action continues, creating a bizarre peephole like viewing experience.  The official music video is available to watch on Vimeo featuring a surreal montage including boxers with mirrored faces, an extreme face massage and nudes running down a rocky mountainside. Injected with a digital distortion, the outcome is stunning. Also take a look at the Directors Radical Friend‘s website. Interesting promotion.

Yeasayer: Ambling Alp

Yeasayer: Ambling Alp

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