Monday, 11 May 2015
VIDEO PREMIERE - Very Very Small Inclusions - Winter Solstice
Here at Scottish Fiction I've developed a bit of a band crush on the dream pop/electronica duo Very Very Small Inclusions. As well as giving them radio play on the Scottish Fiction radio show, our reviewer Andrew Kidd waxed lyrical about their album, and they popped up on the latest Almost Scottish Fiction EP.
So it's for all these reasons that I'm delighted to be able to share their brand new video with you via a Scottish Fiction exclusive. The track Winter Solstice comes from the band's album Dispersions, and is a song about not utilising one's full potential. It's a desperately sweet track, with a dark and cryptic edge.
The palindromic music video was shot and produced by Tim Pow, in parts at Rouken Glen park in Giffnock, and portrays a reflection of the suns travel on the shortest day of the year.
Check out Dispersions from Very Very Small Inclusions via the band's Bandcamp, and you can follow them on Twitter too.