Icelander duo Pale Moon share Rolling Stones-inspired track ‘Exile’ with super creative visual: Watch

They personify the level of musicians we feel most happy to share with others.

Photos: Courtesy of the artists
Photos: Courtesy of the artists

In the present day, it is not an easy feat to create something from a previous era unless you understand it. Authenticity plays a huge role in its recreation; if executed poorly, the generation who were alive for it will not let you live it down. Inspired by Rolling Stone’s 1972 ‘Exile on Main Street’, Árni Guðjónsson recorded the Baby Boomer-nostalgia record.

Music aficionados are suckers for masterly-executed concepts paired with undeniable marketing. Therefore, Icelandic Indie Rock band Pale Moon personifies the level of musicians we feel most happy to share with others.

Watch the visual below to see for yourselves. ‘Exile’ is the debut video for a song off of their new EP ‘Dust of Days’. They wanted me to tell you that they made the costumes and animation themselves. How beautiful?

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