Last time Tremor did a video it blew our collective minds with its unprecedented high levels of quality and complexity. To be honest, I didn’t think they’d ever be able to top that. I don’t know if this brand new video for their song “Huella” actually accomplishes that, but it certainly keeps up with the expectations created by its predecessor, delivering a gorgeous visual trip for the trippiest single of 2013 so far.
Directed by Ian Kornfeld, “Huella” doesn’t even show a glimpse of the band or the singer in its three-and-a-half minutes of colorful footage. Instead it follows the stop-motion voyages of a doll, designed by Valeria Dalmon, through different dreamy landscapes that evoke the magical terrain of the Argentine northwest, where the roots of this music originate.