Whispering Sons: Tilt, Costume Design (BE)

Belgian five-piece Whispering Sons brings a dark and unique blend of experimental and frenetic post-punk. The propulsive instrumentation combined with Fenne Kuppens’ deep vocal delivery amounts to a constant sense of unease that’s been inherent in their music since the beginnings. With their energetic and captivating performance, the band has firmly cemented themselves as a must-see live act. Over the last years, the band has been slowly but surely redrawing their own boundaries and going beyond them. Where their debut album ‘Image’ (2018) was theatrical and widescreen, their following record ‘Several Others’ (2021) focused more on their greatest strength: sheer, unpretentious intensity. After the release of ‘Several Others’ the band started working on a new album over a period of two years. This third full-length album might surprise long-standing Whispering Sons followers. It’s less dark than ‘Several Others’ and less grand than ‘Image. Yet that typical Whispering Sons identity is still inherent in every song, as the band never strays far from their raw energy and emotion. This new album might be more uplifting and playful, but that ominous undertone is still lurking. With the album set to release early 2024, the band is eager to show themselves and play their new music live.

This is ‘Tilt’, a song that did not make the cut for ‘Several Others’, but that we felt still deserved a release of its own.  STREAM – BUY

Director: Jonas Hollevoet First Assistant Director: Hart Cornelis
D.O.P. David Doom
Light Design Yann Windey
First Assistant Camera Jesper Ray
Costumes Milk of Lime
First Assistant Camera Jesper Ray
Gaffer Pieter Jan Donkels
Grip Julian Devos
Assistant Grip Vince De Leenheer
Production Hart Cornelis
Editor Jonas Hollevoet
Color Grader Kene Illegems
Thanks to
Cactus Muziekcentrum, Brugge Fabrice Parent Felix Van De Loock Wannes Baelen