You never know which are going to be the ideas that stick, evolve and grow. That’s why you’ve got to capture everything regardless if it feel right at the time.
Thin Air is an intimate glimpse into a couple's relationship at a crucial turning point. Created as a collaborative multi-discipline experiment, the intention was to utilize the immersive nature of 360 in order to experience storytelling through music and movement in a contemporary way.
Music & Lyrics - Toby U-P @tobyup
Director/ Choreographer - Cydney Uffindell-Phillips @cydup
Ellie - Daisy Maywood @DaisyMaywood
Nathan - Sam Archer @sarcheruk
360 video production - Khaki Films khaki.tv
Director / Editor - Casey Dobie
Producer - Zoe Uffindell
Production Assistant - Caitlin Phillips @cakes_bp
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Simply beautiful! I like the vibe, as it reminds me of songs from artists I admire (Jose Gonzales and John Martyn)Ola Szmidt Fresh on the Net
Imagine Brian Eno producing The Everly Brothers in an overgrown suburban greenhouse. There is a sly imagination at work here and a gift for melody.Tony Heywood Music OMH
There is always that moment when I feel inclined to reach for an album by Nick Drake, Low, Neil Young or the Kings of Convenience; when nothing else will suffice, but a hit of introspective acoustic style songs. Sound Sanctuary have found their way into that special place inside my record collection.Andrew Smith Big Chill
Sound Sanctuary are in a part of the music world that they have created themselves avoiding the clichés most other acts pile on with no shame.Pete Sargeant Fair Hearing
The group have created something quite unexpected that should act as a good starting point for a career that should shine. 9/10Nick James Atomic Duster
Dreamscape of epic proportions, like ever decreasing circles, you lose yourself blissfullySubba-Cultcha Subba-Cultcha
Sound Sanctuary have succeeded where so many bands before them have failed - in breaking the mould. If Richard Ashcroft ever had a secret lovechild with Suzanne Vega, I would expect the resulting spawned musical genius to produce something like this.KJS Twisted Outlook
The harmonious flow of the tracks, and the snippets and samples that filter their way into the introductions, brings to mind the Beta Band and their genre-blending. The lyrics have an ethereal feel to them as well, in the space of a few lines managing to debate the existence of God, Love and Rock n Roll.Andrew Reilly Room 13
Flawlessly beautiful outing from this generation's Radiohead. Sound Sanctuary have given us a stunning platter of indie-esque art rock that lays claim to no one genre, instead it adapts every genre from blues to electronica, from soul to rock to create something truly unique.Tom Brumpton New Noise
A burnished cocktail of folk, trip hop, 60s West Coast pop and blissed out art rock... Imagine Simon and Garfunkel gone electronica and you won't be far off.Mike Davies The Beat