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Watch young Swiss composer Adriano Koch’s intense visual for ‘Brief’

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Two months ago, young Swiss artist Adriano Koch released a cinematic piece titled ‘Brief’. The award-winning record producer made an anticipation builder that rides the wave of death—or the intense thoughts of it when we are in an emergency alone. As the story through the visual unfolds, the composition becomes more intense with help from the piano keys and calculated electronic drums.

‘Brief’ is a six-minute adventure that follows a woman swept up by the sea. When it comes to what inspired his vision, the twenty-one-year-old artist explains it as a song about existing; lying between fright, hysteria, and the idea of how creepy it is to live, to be, and to feel. Check out the creativity crafted from the start of the world lockdown in the Springtime.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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