January 2, 2024 - Projects
Datarock, the Norwegian indietronic band, successor of groups like Talking Heads or Happy Mondays, and precursor to others like LCD Soundsystem or The Rapture, together with its management, Artist.Vision, has counted on los amigos digitales for the digital campaigns around its new album, “Media Consumption Pyramid”, released at the end of September.
Thus, we launched a first campaign on Meta aimed at its followers and like-minded people in London to announce the album launch event in a well-known record store in that city.
Afterwards, we have been activating campaigns for the new album’s videoclips, all of them made with artificial intelligence in collaboration with Aldea, the Center of Contemporary Art, Design and Technology based in the city of Bergen, in Norway.
You can take a look at the videos here.
And we have recently started launching a series of campaigns on Shorts, the short video platform on YouTube, to draw attention to each of these videos there, and lead to full viewing of the videoclips on Datarock’s YouTube channel.
It is a pleasure to work again with Artist.Vision, with whom we started working thanks to the Kaizers Orchestra project, and now with Datarock, and specifically with its frontman, Fredrik Saroea.