First of July offered us rain. And we took it. Rain usually puts my mind into the creative state and there's also certain kind of music that helps me with it.
I'll start the collection with This will destroy you. I've known them for awhile and their music has helped me through a many writters block.
This will destroy you: The mighty rio grade (the video contains scenes of nature, earth)
I've heard the song This time around by Helen Stellar on the soundtrack for Elizabeth town. It was few years back and it was summertime, but unusually rainy. I've painted a picture while listening to the song, and later when I saw this video I realized I used the same concepts.
The cinematic orcherstra: to build a home (love the idea they used in the video)
Kwoon: Eternal Jellyfish Ballet. I've featured a music video by Kwoon in a post about animations, this time I'll feature a favourite of mine.
Peter Broderick: Not at home
Raised by Swans: We were never young
Message to bears: November
The Walthall Tango: Snow Cow Exodus
Hammock: I can almost see you
Ef: Longing for colors
Parachutes: Paper birds
Immanu El: Under your wings I'll hide
Max Richter: The nature of daylight. Max is a composer of classical music, and I found him through a soundtrack for a movie, don't remember which one. But this piece is just beautiful, moves me to tears.
Riceboy sleeps: Stokkseyri. I'll end this collection with Jonsi (singer of sigur ros) and Alex, again, a beautiful piece.
So this should be enough to get you through these rainy days of summer.
Until next time.