PREMIERE: Connecting spirits with Post-Dusk’s transcendent ‘PDFC’
Brisbane’s Ruby Smith is Post-Dusk. Not only a singer-songwriter, she also plays a variety of instruments, and has been keen on production since her early teenage years. Serving all of her skills up on one giant, silver platter, Post-Dusk released her debut single, ‘PDFC’ in the younger months of 2016. A beautiful space to drop into, find harmony with its accompanying film clip.
Imitating the gospel-like production beneath the choral vocals, a string of candles flicker in clusters, allowing a sacred space to become. Painting the face of Post-Dusk with their gentle glow, our performer is cushioned by mystical trinkets and allows the evolution of a deity; draped in elegance, clutching goblets and filling velvet thrones.
As the large soundscapes thicken, the visual sensations enhance this atmospheric dream, as our persona translates the comfort of what home is, and the matured appreciation that ensues when this reality is forced to change.
Catapulted by a sweep of gold glitter, the wealth of pride is harboured, and celebrated with an enchanting visual & aural duplet.
Directed by Pernell Marsden and Samudranil Chatterjee, Post-Dusk‘s transcendent clip to ‘PDFC’ is available to view now. Be sure to be following Post-Dusk as she prepares the release of her debut EP.
Words by Hannah Galvin.