WE ALL SEE STARS
A frustrated boyfriend. A friend reaching out. A girl waits by her phone. We’ve met all these people. We’ve been all these people, right? But wait: that boyfriend lives in Islamabad. That friend reaches out in Kenya. The phone sits in a Tokyo apartment. Despite being more connected than ever, our world is still divided. Every day brings with it news of new battles, old grievances, separation, segregation and strife. WE ALL SEE STARS offers an important reminder: we are ALL part of the global community. Frustration, determination, hurt, love, curiosity, hope; all these are part of the universal human experience. No matter who or where we are, when we look up, we all see stars.
Coming together may seem insurmountable, but baby, we can tear the walls down.
A musical conceptualization of the film noir genre. An inspired, visual record, Film Black is a chronological tale, meant to be listened to from beginning to end, bringing to mind the days of vinyl, of Ziggy Stardust and the hurdy gurdy man. A record based in a smoky jazz club on the Moroccan coast, the Film Black cafe has become an historical landmark of the silver screen, and an intriguing host for the musical experiments of Titanmoon.