Palace Winter Release a Trippy Music Video for "Top of the Hill (feat. Lowly)"

Palace Winter Release a Trippy Music Video for "Top of the Hill (feat. Lowly)"

This music video from Palace Winter takes us on a trippy walk around the city with actress Carla Viola Thurøe, her gaze shifting between crystal balls and visually-trailed flowers, inspecting their texture.

Last year, 'Top of the Hill' was written through a long distance correspondance while Carl Coleman was living in Tenerife. We can picture Caspar Hesselager perhaps in these scenes as well, turning the song’s unfinished beats around in his head while walking through Copenhagen and contemplating Coleman’s phone recordings from Tenerife.

Turn on, tune in, and check it out here:

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