Belgium-native pop duo SX has recently released a new music for the song “Vision.” Check out the inspirational video here:
SX consists of the powerful voice of Stefanie Callebaut and the percussion and digital sounds of Benjamin Desmet who have been taking listeners on an avant-garde journey since forming. “Vision” is the first single from their upcoming sophomore album “Alphabet.” It is a song that talks about the perceptions of beauty and the ability to see beyond the surface. The video was shot in Paris featuring Sankofa Unit, a Parisian Urban Gospel Choir, and is based on the philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and a Rembrandt painting.
SX first surprised audiences in 2011 with the release of their track “Black Video,” which led to an international tour where they opened for bands such as Yeasayer, Vampire Weekend, Ariel Pink, and Polica. Their debut album “Arche” was released in 2012 and included fan favorites “Gold,” “Graffiti,” and “The Future.” The album went on to earn a gold record status in Belgium.
“Alphabet” releases on March 3 and SX will be performing at SXSW on Thursday, March 16 at Tellers. To stay up to date with all things SX, be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and Soundcloud.