Ferris & Sylvester – Berlin | Music Video
Ferris & Sylvester have released a new visual for their latest single, “Berlin.”
“Berlin” explains the frank process of surviving a bitter break-up, yet, Ferris & Sylvester are able to unravel it in the most beautiful way. The song itself is a pretty and bitter-sweet, indie-folk epic with delicate vocals and stunning harmonies full of rich finger-picking guitars.
So, it would come as no surprise that the visual itself is also just as strikingly beautiful.
In the cavernous chambers of the Battersea Arts Centre decorated with streams of fairy lights, we see the band together performing in this intimate setting paired with just a microphone and acoustic guitars while a woman is seen dancing along to the music.
Regarding, “Berlin,” the band explains: “Berlin” tells the story of a love coming to an end. The song doesn’t romanticise the situation or shy away from the stark reality of it; it shows the confusing, awkward and lonely journey of leaving someone and where that can leave you. ‘Berlin’ was the first song that we recorded in Space Mountain Studios with Youth and his team. We had loads of fun experimenting with the sound of this song, making it both intimate and epic.”
Already gaining support for the new single from BBC 2 and BBC Introducing, the duo have even caught the eyes of legendary producer, Youth (Paul McCartney, The Verve, Crowded House), who had invited the duo to record their forthcoming debut EP, The Yellow Line, at his studio in Spain. It looks like the two are certainly one to watch out for this year.
Watch Ferris & Sylvester’s brand new MV for “Berlin” down below:
And watch out for their forthcoming debut EP, Yellow Line, out June 23 and make sure to check out more of their music here.