UNDER THE REEFS ORCHESTRA unveils new music video for single ‘SAKURAJIMA’

Under the Reefs Orchestra unveils its new music video “Sakurajima” today. This dreamlike and brutal animated film (made up of hundreds of collages) was written by Yoann Stehr and David Delruelle. The music and images are inspired by the almost divine way in which the Sakurajima volcano in Japan reigns over the city of Kagoshima, whose inhabitants often protect themselves with transparent umbrellas from the rain of its ashes. In 2015, during the restart of the nearby Sendai nuclear power plant, Sakurajima erupted and shook the city. Its growl sounded like a warning.

“Sakurajima” premiered at the Courts mais Trash festival in Brussels on March 17th.

The Brussels trio led by guitarist Clément Nourry create a powerful musical nexus where riffs and patterns intertwine and intensify and where massive bass saxophone blasts confront Morriconian melody.

About Under The Reefs Orchestra
With Clément Nourry at the helm, Under The Reefs Orchestra is an adventurous power trio that navigates between post-rock and tempestuous jazz. Nourry is one of the most dynamic guitarists on the Brussels scene and also plays in Yokai and with Nicolas Michaux. In Under the Reefs Orchestra, he is supported by the growling saxophone of Marti Mélia (Flat Earth Society) and the relentless drumming of Jakob Warmenbol (Don Kapot, Robbing Millions). Together, their music freely takes the listener through hazy melodic horizons dotted with hypnotic riffs. Haunted by the ghosts of Moondog and Adrien Belew, the crew of Under The Reef Orchestra provide a raging soundtrack for our struggles in a world on the brink of an ecological apocalypse.

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