"Whereto" written by Lenkadu & Michael Ver Steegt - just released on Bandcamp.

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lenkadu.bandcamp.com/
lenkadu.com/
facebook.com/MichaelVSound

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Dedicated to: Adriana Versteegt & Steven Jeffre

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Lenkadu performances are immersive musical and visual worlds. Her music combines influences of electronic music, avant-garde sound art and various genres of live music, such as progressive metal and noise rock. She creates her beats, samples her field recordings, sings, and plays multiple instruments: kalimba, guitar, bass guitar and anything else that makes intriguing sounds.

When Lenka asked me to cut a video for this track, her only rule was that I wasn't to spend more than a day on the idea.

That was fine by me; my video work is often long and involved, shadowing whatever project I'm involved in - so having something short and sweet to work on was a lovely foil to my usual process.

This video was shot in two locations: Ivanpah Dry Lake on the Nevada/California state line, 5273.577 miles from home, where Lenka and I met at NABX; and 0.233 miles from home, on Wimbledon Common, where Autumn (Fall) has just arrived.

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Things you might like to know:

Camera: Canon EOS 5D MK2
Lenses: EF 28-70 F2.8L, EF 70-200 F2.8L
Steadycam: Steadycam Merlin

Editing: Apple Final Cut Pro 7
Post: Adobe After Effects CS5

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To support Lenka as much as possible I'd really appreciate it if you'd share this video in as many channels and groups as you can.

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I'm always working on something new, so follow me on facebook: facebook.com/KieronJansch or
check out my sites: jansch.co.uk and kj-kites.com

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