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Watch Tesseract create 'weird fantasy vibe' with new 4K Juno video

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Tesseract have released a video for their track Juno.

The song features on the band’s latest album Sonder (opens in new tab), which launched back in April via Kscope.

The band teamed up with Dark Fable Media for the visually stunning promo, which was filmed in 4K, with vocalist and lyricist Dan Tomkins saying the shoot was a joy to be a part of.

He says: “Writing the lyrics for this album was a cathartic experience and I feel that Juno is probably the epitome of Sonder. We wanted to create a video that symbolised the realisation of the constraints that are placed on life. Juno is the embodiment of that feeling.

“Having worked with Dark Fable Media multiple times, I have grown to love what they do and how they operate. Tesseract have wanted to work with them for a long time now, so this video was a real joy to work on.”

Bassist Amos Williams adds: “Technically, this was intense as we filmed everything at double speed to get a weird fantasy vibe that was still in time when replayed at normal speed. 

“Of all the tracks we could have chosen to try this technique, Juno is not the easiest. But, we think the results show for themselves it was worth it!”

Tesseract will head out on the road from next month (opens in new tab), where they’ll be joined by Between The Buried And Me and Plini.

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Tesseract return with their new studio album Sonder, which features the singles King, Smile and Juno. Catch them on tour this winter.

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