Three years after RIP Chrysalis and Metalepsis, New York based artist Alexandra Drewchin aka Eartheater has released her first album IRISIRI with PAN Music in 2018. Back in 2019, Then she shared the mixtape Trinity and the collaborative EP with the New York based duo Leya. In 2020, she has released a new full-length called Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin which is out via PAN.
Now she has shared a new video for the track “Volcano“. It was directed by Actual Objects who explains: “Volcano is a very special project to us — one we’ve been developing and working on with Eartheater for almost a year. We have been obsessed with her for many years, and were incredibly honored when she asked us to build a video for Volcano. The video has gone through multiple radically different versions, culminating in a magical shoot in California at an abandoned inactive volcano. Eartheater’s performance at the volcano was stunning — her power could be felt in the natural majesty of the location’s ancient ash and sparkling black sand. After editing the footage, we proceeded to project the video onto digital 3D scans of mountainous landscapes, as if we were watching the video from the sky. Volcano is a video about emotion physicalized — in rock and ash and atmosphere and in 0s and 1s.”