Fellow Robot presents the official music video for, ‘Don’t Deny Me’
Public thought on synthetic intelligence or expertise takeover has barely been formulated, not to mention sung about, however southern California primarily based indie group Fellow Robot is able to be the forefront of the dialog. Fellow Robot is aware of that the penetration of synthetic intelligence will not be one thing to miss. Before Fellow Robot, the band’s mastermind Anthony Pedroza performed in his band Mr. Moonshine in Long Beach, CA. There, he related together with his present band members: Luiz Renteria, Jon Zell, Michael Adams, and Roberto Escobar. Fellow Robot breathes dystopian potentialities, peculiar manifestos, and captivative unravels of humanity.
The concept behind Fellow Robot has been constructing in Pedroza’s thoughts for a while now. A number of years in the past he started to write down the sci-fi novel, The Robot’s Guide to Music whereas coping with private bother. The idea albums for this mission, The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 (2018) and Vol. 2 (set to launch April 24 via Donut Sounds Record Co), are co-literary companions to the e book. The band itself performs the position of the 140-year-old robotic and major character of the e book. Each official launch is supposed to construct on and praise the story of the previous launch.
The music video for “Don’t Deny Me” is very deep and cosmic, as Fellow Robot has a prolific methodology of getting their which means throughout. It mixes the ideas of atmosphere, area, and human reliance on technology- all components that Fellow Robot needs to make a subject of dialog. The lyric “Our connection has died” portrays the truth that human attachment is turning into much less and fewer significant as expertise takes over.
At virtually three minutes in, the video takes an fascinating flip: frontman Pedroza appears to be “faulty” as totally different, uncontrolled feelings flash throughout his face. He begins having a literal meltdown, as his pores and skin begins to soften off revealing a shiny, robotic underlayer. The disguised robotic symbolizes automated human feelings and the way it lacks actual empathy. Pedroza says, “Humans are extra related than ever lately via social media, however does it make us extra human? We wrote ‘Don’t Deny Me’ to point out the discord between our units and actual human interplay. If the satellites are destroyed, what on Earth are you going to do and who might be standing beside you?” With darkly fascinating lyrics and visuals, Fellow Robot opens listeners minds, viewpoints, and discussions via their introspective sounds.