RealStreetRadio Premiere – Ceschi and longtime collaborator Factor Chandelier have teamed up for the brand new monitor “Say No More.” In its accompanying video, the Fake Four Inc. co-founder strums his acoustic guitar as he morphs out and in of an animated model of himself.
Surrounded by the looming structure of the attractive cathedrals, bridges and canals of Amsterdam, Ceschi displays on two of his mates’ present authorized woes and other people he’s misplaced to drug habit.
“This video was shot throughout a time after I was deeply misplaced and had no concept the place I wished my life to go,” Ceschi tells RealStreetRadio. “After mates had been arrested and relationships had ended, I made a decision to journey with out a lot of a motive. Artist Andy McAlpine organized a video shoot throughout a layover going from Norway to Czech Republic. What you’re seeing right here stems from that point interval.”
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In the YouTube caption, Ceschi dedicates — what he calls the “agnostic gospel tune” — to his mates Bobby and Pepe “who’re going through a tough federal marijuana case proper now and all mates who’ve been imprisoned for risk-taking and to these we’ve misplaced alongside these alternate paths.
“This tune was created from a cellular phone voice memo of a guitar riff I wrote that Graham [Factor Chandelier] then ‘sampled’ and fleshed out a tune round.”
Ceschi, who served roughly 18 months in jail on costs of marijuana possession, is aware of all too properly how the authorized system can severely penalize in any other case nice individuals for marijuana-related costs and has watched a lot of his buddy lose their lives to habit.
His brutally sincere lyrics completely pepper Factor’s fantastically darkish manufacturing, permitting his feelings to pour via each syllable.
Watch the Andrew McAlpine-directed video above.