A Song for The Places You Go at Night
Modeling is a three-piece cinematic, synth-driven band comprised of brothers Connor, Ryan and Cuinn Brogan based out of Fayetteville, Arkansas. They're currently writing and self-producing a six track EP inspired by a non-existent, dystopian world. Their second single "Low Fantasy" is set to be released on 9.3.2020
"Low Fantasy" is about exploring the idea of human intimacy by projecting significance onto something where there would otherwise be none. Can something have meaning without a conscious mind to experience it? To portray this, we created a "constant" melodic motif (romanticized by an imaginary purpose) that runs throughout the course of the song and eventually ends as quickly as it began. This could parallel one's struggle of discarding things that once held meaning in search of something new.
During the writing and production process, Modeling drew inspiration from the film Under the Skin, Synthwave and minimalists composers such as Philip Glass and Ennio Morricone.
Genre: Cinematic Synthwave
Influences: Ennio Morricone, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Under The Skin (film)
Written & Produced by: Modeling
Mixed by: Modeling
Mastered by: Robin Schmidt (The 1975, The Japanese House)