Nick Mulvey has shared a cinematic new quick movie, ‘Start Once more’, which you’ll take a look at beneath.
The movie expands on the themes set out within the singer’s 2020 EP of the identical title, which got here out again in July.
“I see chaos however I additionally see the chance for a brand new world, and a extra lovely one,” Mulvey says of the quick movie, which tackles the thought of a contemporary begin following the coronavirus, in addition to subjects equivalent to nature, sustainability and household.
“We live by way of an unimaginable shift. The previous methods are dying, proper earlier than our very eyes.”
The EP’s title monitor ‘Start Once more’ was loosely impressed by Mulvey’s grandmother, whose teachings he studied whereas writing the brand new report, whereas local weather change and nature additionally impacted the EP and movie.
At the side of the discharge of the quick movie, Mulvey has also released a new 12″ vinyl of the EP this week by way of Fiction, that includes a completely recyclable sleeve. Together with the three tracks from ‘Start Once more’, the brand new EP includes a remix of its title monitor by Little Dragon.
The brand new vinyl follows Mulvey’s 2019 single ‘In The Anthropocene’, which was pressed onto ‘ocean’ vinyl, the world’s first vinyl report made fully out of plastic washed up onto UK seashores and recycled.
“My music is about understanding who – or what – we’re, proper on the core; aliveness itself, acutely aware”, Mulvey mentioned of the discharge. These instances of pressing world disaster are demanding we re-examine ourselves and the world and we elevate ourselves to match the Earth, this wonder-organism from which we aren’t, and have by no means been, separate.”
The proceeds went to Surfers Towards Sewage, to guard the ocean. Surfers Towards Sewage is a nationwide marine conservation and campaigning charity that conjures up, unites and empowers communities to take motion to guard oceans, seashores, waves and wildlife.
Nick Mulvey launched his Mercury Prize-nominated debut album First Thoughts in 2014, following it up three years later with a second full-length known as Wake Up Now.
‘Start Once more’ is out now and can be bought here.