There's nothing like looking out at the world, taking in its beauty and pairing the experience with music. It's one of the simplest but most effective things you can do to instil a little bit of humanity and awe into your day.
So that's exactly what wornoc has done with his new video.
The visual serves as an accompaniment for 'Four Corners', a calming track made up of soft synth patters and delicate jazz horns, and shows off wornoc himself taking in some of the most stunning coastal scenes that Ireland has to offer.
It's a perfect antidote for the overwhelming noise of a busy world.
Here's a little bit of explanation about how it all came together:
"My mate Oscar Hackett and I took off on a spontaneous trip around Ireland for a few days with the intention to visit locations that we have never been to before such as Malin Head, Mizen Head and Belmullet. I always knew Ireland was a beautiful place but I never really properly explored it in this carefree kind of way. After coming home with a bursting array of inspiration, I began writing ‘Four Corners’. This track has a completely different vibe to my last single, it’s calming, emotional and hopeful. Over the next few weeks I will be releasing the official music video which is basically a short documentary of the trip, along with cool visuals created by Oscar."
And here we go:
The track follows on from debut single 'Signs', which sounds like this: