Montreal based psych-pop band, Elephant Stone, have released “Hollow,” a six-part animated film directed by Laurine Jousserand and scored to an orchestral re-interpretation of side A of their most recent 2020 album of the same name.

The experience is detailed as a “majestic and dynamic exploration of dystopian themes married to a story about humanity’s search for a new home following an apocalyptic event that makes earth uninhabitable” and as a “tale of loss and grief, existential crisis and rebirth, and a world withering away, all set to elegant and intense, droning music.”

You can take a plunge into the visual experience of “Hollow” which we have shared below.

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