French group Pitch comes to us with an interesting video for their song “Easter Island” which shares the namesake of the Polynesian island with mysterious stone statues and a tropical paradise climate. Pitch’s song is a slower affair with a dreamy, mellow vibe that has a mysterious vibe that gels with the mystery of the island itself. The video was filmed on an island in Corsica, which is meant to represent the actual Easter Island. The scenery is beautiful, which makes up for some of the unfavorable components of the song.
The video consists of scenes of the island and the beach, with the band performing in front of a beautiful ancient stone structure that may be a lighthouse or some type of tower. The scenery is visually appealing and eye=catching, which distracts the viewer from the off-key singing of the lead vocalist and the almost-somber tone of the music. The saving grace of the music is the talented bass player. Another thing that could help would be to make the video a little shorter– it goes on for a little too long, and the viewer’s attention may wander. But despite these small missteps, the great visuals still make this an interesting video to watch.
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