It was a quiet couple of years for Aussie MCs Bliss n Eso, but from the within the silence, a monster track was birthed in September. ‘Dopamine’ ft. Sydney vocalist Thief, was the first sign of life from the Melbourne duo and the first cut to be lifted from their hugely-anticipated sixth studio album (due for release in 2017).
The pair have now released brand new visuals, filmed at Melbourne’s iconic Luna Park. With a slight thriller-film vibe, the lyrical narrative is carried over stunningly. The concept of feeling chased by your inner demons is symbolised via an array of characters as well as the shining carousel vs. the dark warehouse where the dodgem cars rest at night.
“‘Dopamine’ is a powerful song, it reflects that feeling of someone pulling you from the darkness and leading you back to the light. Saying no to the demons and standing strong in the belief that life is a positive and beautiful thing,” says MC Bliss.
Featuring intense slowmo captures, it’s the MCs most progressive video to date.