Canadian indie-electronic duo HUMANS, the brainchild of Robbie Slade and Peter Ricq, have premiered the 360 VR video for their new song “The Feels.” Pulsing house beats and synthesizer work make the song a heady, techno-esque bumper, but coupled with the music video it takes on a more anxiously sinister tone.
HUMANS have built their sound around electronica-powered sonics that aren’t meant to be pinned down to any one genre, “The Feels” continues that trend with a variety of sound styles that come together to create a unique sensory experience. The 360 VR video ominously follows a woman through a winding array of streets and interiors as the song drones on with its eerie, deadpan vocals. With every turn of her head back towards the camera, the video escalates its crescendoing anxieties and the use of VR technology forces the viewer/listener to experience it through the eyes of the one stalking her–creating a decidely grim experience.
Watch the music video for “The Feels” below!
HUMANS has a string of tour dates coming up, including a stop at the newly opened Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles on November 9. Visit the band’s website and Facebook to stay updated on future releases and tour announcements.
Stream HUMANS’ Water Water EP here.
Humans tour dates
11/10 – San Francisco, CA at Cafe du Nord
11/11 – Brooklyn, NY at Elsewhere
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