UK progressive act TesseracT have released a new music video today for their track titled “Hexes.” Vocalist Tomkins had this to say about the video: “Hexes represents a vivid dream and distant memory,” says Tompkins. “One of holding onto the secrets between two people; a history shrouded in secrecy.”
“To maintain the intimate and personal nature of the concept, we knew that we needed a video director that didn’t simply understand the lyrics but someone who could connect to the intensity of the music, and was willing to work closely together in creating the right visuals.”
“On first contact with Blacktide we knew that we had found the right team. The video was shot over four different locations scattered across the UK including Leicester’s National Space Centre, where we filmed some striking footage from inside a replica of the Columbus module from the International Space Station; shot in the early hours while the centre was closed to the public.
Without a doubt Hexes is the most cohesive and impactful video we have made to date and we’re extremely proud of the end result.”
The band’s U.S. tour is beginning in just a few weeks and will make a stop at The Warfield in San Francisco on October 7th.