Gorgeous Abstract Music Video For Peter Gabriel’s The Nest That Sailed The Sky

This is a music video by Glenn Marshall for Peter Gabriel’s The Nest That Sailed The Sky.

“I was asked to develop the ’story’ further, and got some visual ideas from looking through photos from the original OVO album shoot,” says Marshall. “I got three extra visual ideas from this – single cells, an empty nest, trails of red berries.”

Marshall’s work is very abstract but is also very sensual in its use of shapes and color. You can see more of his work at his Vimeo site.

Let me know what you think!

5 thoughts on “Gorgeous Abstract Music Video For Peter Gabriel’s The Nest That Sailed The Sky

  1. The initial effect is awesome, free-flowing feather-flowers and little sleeping imps, I do wish that it ‘went somewhere’ rather than going through the same motions. As a video for club use, this would be great,
    the colors and patterns are mood-enhancing and mellow. It looks great,
    but it is not as ground-breaking as some of Gabriel’s other vids.

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