Uppermost releases his tantalising new music video for ‘Inner Peace’
Uppermost has just released another incredible music video. ‘Inner Peace’ dropped on 20 September via his own imprint Uppwind Records and was premiered by Dancing Astronaut.
The Electronic French producer recently saw more support and praise from the tastemaker Youtube channel Mr Suicide Sheep with his remix of The Midnight’s ‘Shadows’, and has been featured by Tasty, xKito, Purely Chilled, Chill Masters, Saints Of Serenity, Wobblecraft – with over 50 million views and counting. Publications such as Billboard, Vice, COMPLEX, YourEDM, Clash Mag, Paper Mag, Earmilk and Magnetic Mag have favourably received his work and he has releases on prominent labels Sony BMG and Ministry Of Sound. His own label, Uppwind Records has championed releases for French-touch and nu-disco visionaries such as Digitalism and Satin Jackets. He has featured on the Beatport electro-house chart and the JunoDownload electro-house chart. ‘Inner Peace’ is a testament to the unflagging power of music from a place of truth and positivity.
As an artist and producer, Uppermost knows that the journey is as important as the destination, and ‘Inner Peace’ is another invitation through which he encourages his listeners to grow. The unique arrangement of this beautifully crafted track underscores the integrity and passion of Uppermost’s trademark sound, while meditative elements lend to it a halcyon beauty. The video itself has been masterfully made and it depicts Uppermost walking along a bridge with a neon symbol on his back. The video then playfully starts changing the locations while uppermost continues to walk. It gives you a sense of an epic journey that is taking place, a journey for ‘Inner Peace’. It transports you into another world and makes you feel as if you are joining Uppermost on this epic journey.
Uppermost shares some insight into the track: “For a long time I thought that the most interesting moments in life are those where big changes happen, so I was always looking for them instead of focusing on the present moment. Over the years, music has helped me understand that happiness lives in the process. I made ‘Inner Peace‘ as a tribute to this silent, underlying, crucial slow walk that shapes everything else.”