Music News: The End of the World as We Know it – Animated Music Video

Second December releases its first music video for the track Dear E

The fully animated video is a visual interpretation by artist Gemma Pauwels of the words to ‘Dear E’. The song explores the idea of an apology letter addressed to planet Earth for a relation gone sour.

While the song takes the listener into a dark mood with an explosive ending the animation follows the travels of a human being through time.

 

About Second December
Second December is an indie rock band from the Netherlands (hometown Leiden). The Dear E EP is Second December’s first release. At this point in time the band focuses on live gigs and are in the process of writing new material for their first full album.

dear e EP, second december, EP, new music, music industry news, entertainment industry, indie music news, brash magazine blog, dear e by second decemberThe 3 track Dear E EP is available on all major streaming services such as AmazonSpotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Bandcamp and Soundclound. Links to these streaming services (or full EP download) are available on Second December’s website.

The animated clip can be found on Youtube or Second December’s website: www.seconddecember.nl

Facebook.com/2econdDecember
Twitter: @_SecondDecember
Instagram: 2econdDecember

About Gemma Pauwels
Gemma Pauwels from Utrecht (NL) works as a full time illustrator for several major Dutch newspapers such as Trouw, De Standaard and Dutch magazines such as Opzij, VPRO tv-guide, and many others. Travel is a recurring theme in her personal projects (drawings and paintings). From her office she travels to mysterious and remote destinations.

Since about a year Gemma Pauwels also makes short animations. The animated video clip for Second December’s “Dear E” is her first step into the world of music videos. Learn more at www.gemma.nu.

Facebook.com/GemmaIllustraties
Instagram: GemmaJo

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