VIDEO
NOIR

(In the Lips Left Hissing video) the dancer is Annie Keating, a dear friend of mine (and a professional dancer/teacher). There was no grand concept behind the Lips Left Hissing video; only that I knew I couldn’t convey the sentiment of the lyrics in a video.

I was pleased with the Last Night I Saw Myself with the Animals Video as low-production/snuff-film-esque as it is…

I wanted to keep the low light, shaky; handheld, cut-up feel…but I wanted something dramatic, powerful and (importantly) beautiful happening, to accompany such a complex lyrical concept. I think Annie really does that.

I wish I could give some really big elaborate and artistic response, but that’s honestly it.

That, and I can’t stand three days of editing my own face, it’s enough to make me shudder for all eternity.

In an interview with Music Musings & Such

The video – his hands over his eyes and revealing little of his face. It is a simple concept but one that documents the torment and physicality of his feelings.

Music Musings & Such (Reviewing the "Harder Love/Draggin' That Damn Thing Around" Single)

DO ME A
FAVOUR

DON’T
STAY
AWAY

COME UP
& SEE ME

I
COWER
TOO

LIPS
LEFT
HISSING

LAST NIGHT
I SAW MYSELF
WITH THE ANIMALS

WATCH

DO ME A
FAVOUR

DON’T
STAY
AWAY

COME UP
& SEE ME

I
COWER
TOO

LIPS
LEFT
HISSING

LAST NIGHT
I SAW MYSELF
WITH THE ANIMALS

WATCH

INSIDE
STUDIO NOIR

On May 8th 2019, Bleek Noir entered a conventional studio for the first time since its inception.

Working with a long time collaborator in the engineer and co producer seat, considering the isolated way in which Bleek Noir records are normally made, this was a series of firsts for Bleek Noir. Having first worked together when Fox was 12 years old, and regularly thereafter before a considerable break, Fox felt Mark Walker the perfect man to help conceive a new sound for Bleek Noir. Which was exactly what happened!

Here’s a peek into the making of the record.

INSIDE
STUDIO NOIR

On May 8th 2019, Bleek Noir entered a conventional studio for the first time since its inception.

Working with a long time collaborator in the engineer and co producer seat, considering the isolated way in which Bleek Noir records are normally made, this was a series of firsts for Bleek Noir. Having first worked together when Fox was 12 years old, and regularly thereafter before a considerable break, Fox felt Mark Walker the perfect man to help conceive a new sound for Bleek Noir. Which was exactly what happened!

Here’s a peek into the making of the record.