With her science fiction clip for the title track of their latest disc „Nattesferd“ take us Kvelertak with the island Fårö south-east of Sweden. Filmmaker Jacob Marky, of the Video Directed by, won the prestigious „After Bergman“-Award, which enabled him, carry out the shooting on the island home of the Swedish director Ingmar Bergman. Marky commented: „The idea, to film a science fiction clip in the same places, the Tarkovsky and Bergman already visited, I liked it. In addition, they should also have been both big fans of the Golden Triangle, I heard at least.“
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