There's a sense within Lawrence Le Doux's music of the past attempting to re-assert itself, of ghosts lingering in hallways and strange echoes reverberating in the still quiet.
Working with Belgium's Vlek label, Lawrence Le Doux released new EP 'Pollution' last month. Continually splintering and falling apart, these graceful electronic structures gradually pull themselves back together in a fusion of disintegration and creation.
Limited to just 300 copies, the vinyl edition comes equipped with an ambitious, Dmitri Runkkari designed sleeve.
Clash is able to premiere the visuals for title cut 'Pollution' – expanding on the EP's hauntological themes, you can check it out below.