Mute / All things pass (Live)

Loney dear

Loney dear performing live at the Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival in February 2019, for the launch of the Teenage Engineering OP-Z synthesiser. The performance features Emil Svanängen and Jonas Åberg, with the OP-Z being used for both the music and to control the visuals on the side of the Reykjavik concert hall.

‘Mute/All things pass’ features on the album A Lantern and a Bell.

Filmed, directed and edited by Fredrik Josefsson from Teenage Engineering. Thanks to Jonas Åberg and Teenage Engineering for allowing us to use the video.

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