Proving that music can be impactful without resorting to anything as mundane and macho as volume and bombast to make an impact, Dying and Living is about less and more. It even gives that notion a run for its money and suggests that if less is more, which indeed it is, then if you have even less of the less, how much more would that conjure up?

The answer is lots. Dying and Living might not resort to the obvious and the impactful, but you try tearing yourself away from the video before it gets to its vanishing point. See, you can’t, can you?

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