Kasbo released a visual accompaniment to his new track “Bleed It Out” last week!
If you haven’t already listened to “Bleed It Out”, you should definitely tune in now. Swedish producer Kasbo‘s latest release was inspired by his recent backpacking trip through China and Vietnam. Regarding his trip, he explained, “it was something that at first stemmed some kind of anxiety within me but something I grew to love, [it] was kind of a beautiful chaos.”
“Bleed It Out” is the perfect reflection of this, with its gradual build-up and drawn out vocals that eventually explode into a mellow drop that just screams Kasbo. The track seems to be a fantastic echo of Kasbo’s trip, for just as his trip eventually culminated with “beautiful chaos,” the track does too as it transitions from Nea‘s melodic vocals to its bass and synth-heavy drop.
The visualizer released Friday is as impressive as the song itself and features three minutes and 38 seconds of visuals that are as aesthetically awesome as they are trippy. It also follows a theme of “beautiful chaos” and includes an array of geometric shapes along with what I can only describe as melting Jello and smoking pyramids.
Honestly, by the end of the video, I found myself questioning whether I was actually sober or not. But don’t take my word or poor explanatory attempts for it, check out the video for yourself below!