Jack Silverman, a multifaceted guitarist and one of the members of the great Nashville Ambient Ensemble, dropped the stunning solo EP, Now What, earlier this spring. Today, Silverman released a music video from that EP, “Searchlight,” and you can be one of the first to see it right now. Check it out below!
Directed by Jereme Frey, this video dives deeper into the sultry noir vibes of the song, by cleverly editing together clips from old black and white crime movies. The track’s tense beat and atmospheric saxophone conjure up images of late night rendezvous and people lurking in the shadows of back alleys, so this is unquestionably the most perfect visual representation of the music.
If you enjoyed the video, you can pick up the EP from Bandcamp right now.
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