The Blaze

Noisey Presents


Keeping up the momentum triggered by Virile, their own vision on poesy, French producer/director tandem The Blaze will kick off 2017 with their debut EP Territory. In this 6-track output, they pursue the initiation rite they invited us to with Virile, a production that stopped the clock last January, for a brand new effort, mesmerizing yet mighty.For now on, they’re disclosing eponymous track Territory, following the path opened by Virile, revealing both powerful images and poignant melodies.

Territory engages in an exploration to the roots, and the video bring us on board, to stick with a young lad coming back to the now remote place he once called home. Torn between tenderness and savagery, overwhelmed with raw feelings, he embraces both his family, his friends and long forgotten sceneries. Involving a charismatic protagonist, vacillating between fierceness and sensitivity, this new video embodies The Blaze’s rage, whose authenticity-driven adroitness as video and music producers no longer need to be demonstrated.

Noisey Presents


Keeping up the momentum triggered by Virile, their own vision on poesy, French producer/director tandem The Blaze will kick off 2017 with their debut EP Territory. In this 6-track output, they pursue the initiation rite they invited us to with Virile, a production that stopped the clock last January, for a brand new effort, mesmerizing yet mighty.For now on, they’re disclosing eponymous track Territory, following the path opened by Virile, revealing both powerful images and poignant melodies.

Territory engages in an exploration to the roots, and the video bring us on board, to stick with a young lad coming back to the now remote place he once called home. Torn between tenderness and savagery, overwhelmed with raw feelings, he embraces both his family, his friends and long forgotten sceneries. Involving a charismatic protagonist, vacillating between fierceness and sensitivity, this new video embodies The Blaze’s rage, whose authenticity-driven adroitness as video and music producers no longer need to be demonstrated.

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