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August 24, 2021
August 24, 2021
Back at it again featuring the newest electronic dance music video’s is another weekly EDMovie Madness featuring Flosstradamus with their track with Post Malone, “Came Up,” Madden‘s “Alive,” and “Bonfire” by Felix Jaehn.
Flosstradamus – Came Up
Flosstradamus released “Came Up” with Post Malone this summer receiving 2 million collective streams and airplay from the likes of Beats 1 and Triple J. Their album also featured FKi1st, graves and Key!, and now “Came Up” has a stunning music video to go with it. The video follows Flosstradamus through their home town Chicago and takes place in a time when hip-hop and dance music weren’t very friendly. The film might serve as a token of appreciation for Chicago fans.
Madden – Alive
Norweigan producer Madden has released “Alive” as well as it’s music video following his debut single “Golden Light” released back in May. Produced by Field Productions, the music video features professional surfer and snowboarder Fredrik Evensen cutting through the beautiful mountains in Norway. The adrenaline rush the visuals give you juxtapose perfectly with the songs theme. Madden tells Billboard, “The calmness before throwing yourself out there, and the joy of the moment when it happens.”
Felix Jaehn – Bonfire
Felix Jaehn’s track with vocalist Alma, “Bonfire,” sends the message that you shouldn’t let life’s fires burn you, and the music video displays that in perfect unison. Felix told Billboard, “My new Bonfire-video is a very special one to me for many reasons,” Jaehn said in an emailed statement. “It was so much fun working with ALMA since she is an amazing singer/songwriter with a great attitude. We had a really good time on the set in Sofia. Additionally, I personally like the vibe and in particular the message of Bonfire which is shown in my new video as well, of course. It’s all about being ‘attacked’ in any kind of situation, but you don’t let them bring you down, you rather get stronger with every word.”