Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s Curiosity Gets The Best Of Him In ‘Fruitflies’

Gabriel Garzón-Montano dropped perhaps one of the more musically interesting albums of 2017 with his debut Jardín. He's also kept things interesting with arresting visuals for the album's singles. He keeps that trend going with the latest video release from the album, a clip for the dreamy track "Fruitflies." Though the song itself has a light, almost airy feel thanks to piano and twinkling synths, the video picks up on the song's darker vibes to bring it to life.

Gabriel plays a man lost in the woods as he follows a strange glowing light. One would think that when one of the first things it leads him to is a dead body that Gabriel would turn around. However, his curiosity gets the better of him and he follows the swirling light through several twists and turns as daylight slowly fades. The glow eventually leads him to an open field where a mysterious figure holding a sharpened stick is waiting to greet him. What happens next can either be interpreted as sinister or transcendental depending on how you look at it, but we wouldn't dare spoil it for you.

While we're on the topic of Gabriel Garzón-Montano, the singer-songwriter has four U.S. dates lined up in Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia and D.C. in May and shows in Barcelona and Nice in June. If you, too, are a curious soul, the venue and ticket info can be found on his website.



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