Henry Sugar’s new track embarks you on a digital journey outside of the spacetime continuum. Paul Plastic, the Los Angeles-based multimedia and visual artist presents ‘Kali Flower’ from Henry Sugar’s Sunny Places for Shady People album.
The video incorporates otherworldly artifacts and relics within a multi-dimensional world. Like a vivid colorful dream you’ve never had but wish you’d had, this is much more enjoyable than recurring nightmares where a loved one stabs you in the back. As surreal as the imagery in Kali Flower might be, there is a sense of familiarity as well. Running as fast as you can hoping the darkness will spill out if you sprint fast enough; we can relate to that.
Music: Henry Sugar, henrysugar.net
Video: Paul Plastic, paul-plastic.com
Written by Dev Moore & AriURL