Rising London-based experimental producer Jerskin Fendrix has released a video for his new single “Black Hair” inspired by Japanese anthology horror film Kwaidan. The song is slow pacing and dark, going perfectly well with Liam Noonan’s nightmarish CGI endeavor.

Fendrix said in a statement: “I wrote “Black Hair” just after finishing UBU at the V&A, and I had this slow and long and dark pacing very deep in my muscle memory. Hair is such a good idea for a ghost, the song is playing with that idea. I really wanted a way of playing with ghosts in a song and being eaten by hair worked well. By the end the hair eats the song too. The hair is also kind of a symbol of regret.”.

Watch the haunting video for “Black Hair” below.

 

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