Dusky Debut Surrealist Rave Video For “Yoohoo”

Get into the spirit with this ‘90s rave poster inspired visual.

Today trending British house act Dusky share a vintage-style visual to match "Yoohoo," their crowd-pleasing nod to original piano house classics (think Justin Martin's "Sad Piano"). The video—directed by Charlie Robins from Forever and animated by Lewis Kyle White—takes viewers into a surrealist digital landscape (unraveling piano keys, long-legged digi-giants, and day-glo lasers—oh my!) that was inspired by the posters that once plastered London's streets. "We have always loved the aesthetic of classic '90s rave flyers and artists like the legendary Pez," the duo's Alfie Granger-Howell and Nick Harriman explained to FADER over email. "It felt like a natural fit to marry 'Yoohoo' with visuals inspired by iconic imagery from that era."

Photo credit: Kevin Lake

Dusky Debut Surrealist Rave Video For “Yoohoo”