Latvian art-pop producer Waterflower releases her latest single and music video, Oasis / Gen S(AD).
Waterflower is the alter-ego of artistic polymath Sabine Moore. Challenging normality and exploring femininity within music production, Waterflower creates art-pop that could equally be exhibited in an art gallery, or discovered at an underground club. She uses plants and funghi as both a keyboard (connected to synthesizers) and as midi generators – transforming the plant’s bio-data into music.
Waterflower says of the track: “I dream of a future where technology can co-exist with the natural world. But in reality, it is humankind that is the death of nature. Our world is in mourning for its future before it has even happened. An oasis is a self-contained eco-system, dramatically different from its surroundings. Humans need to change to accommodate nature, or else there won’t be anything to save and the oasis, if it exists, will cease to be.
The music video is a short film that was directed by Ērika Daņiloviča. The music video’s concept explores the sadness and struggle of youth to want to live in the autumn of the world around them. The production was supported by Sony Latvia and Master Photo.