Eartheater shares the striking video for her mystical new single, “Volcano”. It was directed by Actual Objects, an LA-based creative studio and was shot at an inactive volcano in California. “Volcano is a very special project to us,” they reveal. “One we’ve been developing and working on with Eartheater for almost a year.” It’s gone through many iterations and processes in that time. “After editing the footage, we proceeded to project the video onto digital 3D scans of mountainous landscapes,” they explain. “As if we were watching the video from the sky.”
“Volcano” is the latest single to be taken from Eartheater’s 2020 album, Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin. An album that she composed, produced, and arranged alone – check it out if you haven’t already. It also includes her previous single, “Faith Consuming Hope”.”Volcano” is out now on Apple Music and Spotify.
Directed by Rick Farin & Claire Cochran.
Previously: Eartheater – Faith Consuming Hope (Video)