Drift off with Hyetal and Gwilym Gold

Watch the new video for the London musicians' collaborative track Infinite Sleep

Hyetal and Gwilym Gold are two of London's most significant and interesting musicians. Both have new projects on the horizon – Hyetal will release his third album next year, while Gwilym is following projects with Eddie Peake and his random music-generation machine Bronze with further music very soon. But here, they got together again to set a new video out into the world. On the brink between sparseness and song, "Infinite Sleep" – obliquely influenced by The-Dream and DJ Mustard's pared-down approach to music – hovers into an epic moment. "Apparently As The World Turns is one of the longest-running soap operas in history," Gwilym explains. "There is a line in a book I was reading called The Pale King: a character is watching telly and the sort of voiceover says: “you are watching As The World Turns”, it kind of gets the double meaning of the song." Noise musician Gramrcy produced the video in after-affects, adding a further layer of beautiful haze to the track.