Within the first few opening bars, the latest track from Swiss electro-pop musician and visual artist Panaviscope, “Breathing In Reverse”, evokes instant similarities to the likes of legends Pink Floyd and Air.
The jangling, yet moody track pulses with self-assured psychedelic tones, and sounds near euphoric with the piercing falsetto vocals that run throughout.
And the visuals are all statement with sharp textured graphics.
“‘In three minutes, you travel from electro to classic 70s rock, in a very smooth journey,” explains Alex, the multi-instrumentalist musician behind Panaviscope. “I’m happy with the aesthetic of this song. The result is extremely cinematic. At the end of the song, you should wonder ‘What the hell just happened to me?’ In this song, I talk about going back to the forest. I explore a romantic vision of nature. A parenthesis.”
Watch the music video for “Breathing In Reverse” below…