With Grip (embrace me) has Bazart, the first single from his upcoming second album released. And there’s also a clip, conceived and directed by Boudy Verleye alias Brihang.
‘A Brihang-clip, but than for Bazart‘, calls Boudy Verleye the video in The Morning. The rapper-director, who also Brihang invariably in his own clips provides, has signed an installation in the shape of a giant box. For the clip names seven women in place. Only their arms are visible, while they are to have the body of a singing Bazart-frontman Mathieu Terryn back writhing.
The clip was canned in a large (painters)atelier in Waregem. The tongue-in-cheek nature of it fits according to Terryn perfectly with what he in The Morning ‘the most happy song” from the album called: Grip (embrace me).
That new single is the harbinger of a second Bazart-plate, which this autumn is expected, and to which a Sportpaleisconcert is connected, on 20/10.
But first, there is a passage at Pukkelpop, where the public is on Saturday 18/8 probably all new material to expect. The concert in Kiewit is preceded by a try-out at 15/8 in Café Charlatan, Ghent.