Matsu and Fait link up once again for another breathtaking video clip for Reverie

Matsu and Fait link up once again for another breathtaking video clip for Reverie

When two creatives have a complete understanding, the results speak for themselves.

We've extolled the virtues of both Perth-based photographer Matsu and (now Sydney-based) multi-instrumentalist Fait plenty of times on Pilerats, most recently the video clip they did for the latter's Chasing Youth. And to be honest we're running out of synonyms for "beautiful". So much so that we're basically just going to share this video clip and let it speak for itself, with a little bit of background on how it came to be:

"Directed, filmed and edited by Perth creative Matsu, and produced by Jess Parker of No Labels Media, it stars actress Mayu Iwasaki. Shot over six days and using entirely natural lighting, Matsu traversed close to 900kms of Japanese terrain and spent over 30 hours riding trains through Tokyo, Osaka and Hakone to create the stunning piece."

Please enjoy, and why not revisit Fait's brilliant Sonder EP from last year once you're done.

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