After Haru Nemuri’s European tour, in which she won the hearts of the audience, she is busy writing new music in her homeland Japan. With the release of her single kick in the world, she thrown the track in the (re)mixer of HELLZAVIELERJP, resulting in an elevating stage of noise, with a sweet ending as a surprise at the end.
A year later, a video is linked to it, consisting of a collage of images of the musician herself, cut up and put together, combined with objects that occur in this world. The images seem to be randomly packed together and to merge into each other. The effects that are given to these images, accelerated and repeated with flashes of light, cannot be equally pleasing to everyone’s eyes (especially those with visual sensitivity), but also to those with phobias.
kick in the hell (HELLZAILERJP remix) eventually became a fierce and aggressive electronic song. The assignment of ohiana, the creator of the video, was to make a clip that fits the remix so well that it goes hand-in-hand. This seems this has been accomplished, with an emphasis on extreme avant-garde. It’s too early for Halloween, but it could have been a good fit for it.