Venice Beach band Little Galaxies just released the visuals for their single "Safe in The Storm" off their album Patterns. For just their second official music video, they really invested in capturing the emotion this track really invokes. I personally love this song, it's what I call a "time traveling song". That kind of track that when you listening to it, it just perfectly captures you and sends you through a self-reflective time wrap. Before you know it, five minutes just went by and you're desperately looking to hit repeat in order to return to that internalized state of mind. Check it out below:
About the video: The music video was filmed, directed, and edited by Sara Allesandrini and stars Ginevra Pergolini and Valentina Ricci. Alessandrini filmed the video in Italy 3 years prior to finding the band and the music that fit beautifully to the short film's imagery and Ricci's dance choreography. The story follows a woman who faces a personal crisis and finds herself in a loop of fear and disappointment she cannot exit. She meets with what can be interpreted as either her daughter or inner kid to start a journey through childhood to rediscover herself. The video has already received attention and awards from several music videos and short film festivals including the International Music Video Underground and Remi Awards.
"Safe In The Storm" was written by Little Galaxies founders and couple Jeanna Fournier and Amir Eshraghi. The glimmering guitar work and infectious melody do an incredible job of slowly breaking down any of the listener's apprehensions and once they have you left exposed, wrap you in a blanket of warm comforting vocals delivered with earnest passion throughout the chorus.
"The song came out in its entirety the first time we ever jammed. I was worried that night and Amir held me and said, 'Don't be afraid, I'll keep you safe.' I think most of us can relate to wanting to feel safe, especially right now given the current headlines in the news cycle. I wanted to give listeners that same comfort you feel when someone who cares for you holds you close." Jeanna Fournier
The band is currently finalizing new material for their sophomore LP expected next year.