The latest music video from German rock band Okta Logue features jaw dropping indoor skydiving based psychedelic visuals. Released on March, 10th this music video from production duo Wolf&Lamm features colorful, whirling shots of flyers set to the song Pitch Black Dark. The song is an offering from the latest Okta Logue album entitled "Diamonds And Despair".
The video features flyers dressed in various one piece jumpsuits covered from head to toe. Using a combination of unique angles, creative backdrops, and kaleidoscope style visuals the video takes you on a mesmerizing journey through music and visual stimulation.
The video was filmed at the Hurricane Factory Prague wind tunnel in the Czech Republic. This tunnel recently hosted the world first FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championship and crowned the first ever world champions. The Hurricane Factory brand currently has two wind tunnels operational and another two on the way.
About Okta Logue
Okta Logue is a 4 piece rock band from Frankfurt, Germany. The members consist of brothers Robert and Benno Herz, as well as Philip Meloi, and Nicolai Hildebrandt. Since 2010, the band has released 2 albums, and EP and has an upcoming album Diamonds & Despair to be released on April, 15th 2016. The music video and song Pitch Black Dark are part of the promotion for the album release. Find more about Okta Logue on their website: http://www.oktalogue.com/
The music video was produced by the Berlin based visual production duo Wolf&Lamm. Members Joffrey Jans and Kai Kurve started the company together in 2013 and since that time have produced work for many brands around the world. Their self proclaimed "innovative narrative with a fresh and sexy edge" can be seen in this latest music video. You can find more of their work on their website: http://www.wolfundlamm.de/
We love the use of indoor skydiving, music and visual effects combine to create an artistic journey in this latest video. Check out the video below:
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