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Produced by Solab and Excuse my French, and directed by Romain Chassaing, Fade Away, taken from Rave Age album, is the latest video that was made for the French music producer Vitalic. Fade Away feels more like a short movie than a music video, with many new characters being introduced every 20 seconds or so. We follow a manhunt between a bunch of professional killers, who want to get their hands on a mysterious suitcase. But, each killer may be a victim of one of his “colleagues” leading to an endless loop of murders. Fade Away, the deadly loop of the curious suitcase, a well directed video.

Pascal Arbez better known by his stage name Vitalic (1976) is an electronic music artist from France. His first singles were released in 1996 and 1997, but Poney EP that was released in 2001 on International DeeJay Gigolo Records was his first huge success. In 2005, Vitalic’s released his debut album, OK Cowboy on Different/PIAS Recordings, and all of the instruments used in the album are synthesized. Vitalic’s second studio album Flashmob and third one Rave Age were released in 2009 and 2012 respectively (wikipedia).

Romain Chassaing is a French director who studied graphic design in Manchester and Paris. During his last year of university, Romain hangs out with many members of the musical indie scene spending more time with these young artists than in classrooms. With these friendships and creative encounters, Romain started designing artwork for record sleeves, directing music videos and making visuals for bands such as Vampire Weekend, Air or for Ed Bangers music label.

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