British aesthete Ruffmercy offers a poetic and impressionist visual.
Taken from the second volume of Roseaux, an unclassifiable project initiated by Emile Omar (former Nova programmer), Clément Petit (cello) and Alex Finkin (multi-instrumentalist), the music video of ‘Mè Ni Wè’ just been released. It was directed by famous Bristol visual artist Ruffmercy, who is known for having worked with Thom York, Earl Sweatshirt and also Young Thug among other great names.
Ruffmercy’s touch can be felt on every second of this hypnotic music video. His abstract animation in bright colors is accompanied with a phantasmagorical collage, which fits perfectly with the alluring atmosphere of this progressive jazz piece. So let yourself be carried away by the impressionist wave deployed by Ruffmercy, and the infinite softness of Blick Bassy‘s voice.