Lay My Eye (Edit)
Rock Machine Records
09th December 2013
Lay My Eye
Lay my eye is the first song to announce Electrosexual’s first full length album: «Art Support Machine» that will be released on March1st 2014.
Lay my eye has a synthesized and sensual energy with an ominous feel, foreboding a sense of impending danger.
Christine Rho, who directed the video, explains: «The video explores the duality of human nature and specifically the idea of control versus vulnerability».
It presents two varied personalities presumably belonging to the same person marking a sharp contrast to her strengths, weaknesses, and rawness.
We follow a young woman, who, in her “control/robotic” state is cold, strong with a machine-like automation to her surroundings, which also reflect this sterility.
Then there is the “human” version of her, the vulnerable, messy, and feeling side of her, translated through the grit and grime of her natural surroundings.
Both characters mirror each other and are reflections of the same person. They are fragmented versions of one, searching for the whole.
«I wanted to play on the notion that maybe the robot was human all along while the human was the fraud» says Christine.
At the end, the “control/robotic” version of the character finds a glimpse of her humanity through a release of her control in a Machine VS Human kind of way.
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