Aiming to capture the image of the ambivalent behavior of the individual in an economically driven society, “Femtosecond”, the newest single from IDIOTEQ featured band COLORED MOTH deconstructs the myth that happiness can be achieved through consumption.
“With the help of our good friend and really talented dancer Fanny, we wanted to express passion and conflict at the same time: The passion for what you love to do in your life, and the conflict with what an economically driven society demands of you.” – comments the band.
“In this way, the video works along the same fault lines as the song lyrics: “Femtosecond” aims to capture the image of the ambivalent behavior of the individual in an economically driven society. The song deconstructs the myth that happiness can be achieved through consumption.”
COLORED MOTH‘s influences range from 90s noise-rock to post-hardcore, grunge, noise and even screamo. Their third album “Inertia” will be released on June 24th via Moment Of Collapse Records. The previously released single off the album, “Shora”, is available for streaming below.
COLORED MOTH is: Christoph Alt (guitar, vocals), Nils Kottmann (drums), Max Würdig (bass, vocals)