Since 2007's Daft Punk robot trip Electroma, production company Daft Arts (set up by Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and LA-based producer Paul Hahn) have been grafting away at music video production. In particular, they have been collaborating with director Bryce Kass on videos such as Smog's 'Like the Mother of the World' and Jeremy Jay's 'Heavenly Creatures'. Kass seems to have a penchant for reflective, musing male soloists as his latest Daft Arts-produced video is for Douglas Armour's 'Flushed and Flamelike, Themselves' taken from Armour's album 'The Light of the Golden Day, The Arms of the Night'. Dazed Digital premiere the beautiful video of slow motion scenery here and will be profiling Daft Arts separately soon.
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