Lorn: Anvil – Animated Music Video

A futuristic animation directed by by Hélène Jeudy & Antoine Caëcke aka Geriko for Lorn’s music video ‘Anvil’.

It’s the year 2100 and humanity is facing a massively overpopulated society. The two directors Hélène Jeudy and Antoine Caëcke of Geriko have produced this surrealist animation of a disturbing vision of our near future for Lorn’s latest track called ‘Anvil’. Inspired by both Japanese and Belgian comics, the music video takes us on a psychedelic trip visualized in simple in black and white. Please read more below.

Lorn - Anvil (official music video)
Lorn – Anvil (official music video)

The story can be explained rather quickly. In an effort to combat overpopulation, a postmortem social network named “Anvil” has been released. With fantastic visuals, the music video follows a young woman in her final moments on earth.

So sit back and watch this mind-blowing video. A few stills and all credits can be found below. We have also featured this amazing music video on our Vimeo group and channel.

Animation inspired by Japanese and Belgian comics.
An animation inspired by Japanese and Belgian comics.
The complete story has been drawn in simple black and white.
The complete story has been drawn in simple black and white.
The animation shows a futuristic scenario of an overpopulated society.
The animation shows a futuristic scenario of an overpopulated society.

Any footage © by Geriko and Lorn Music.
Lorn – Anvil
Album: Vessel
Directed by Hélène Jeudy & Antoine Caëcke (aka Geriko)
Design & Animation by Antoine Caëcke & Hélène Jeudy
Character Animation by Anthony Lejeune & Manddy Wyckens

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  1. at the beginning of the video miss cassini approaches an urn which is taken away and a chair rises from the floor. The “dust” or ectoplasm or whatever that roils about the chair, dissipating as it rises seems to be the remains of the one who went just before her. This gives the video so much more impact. It reminds me of old Heavy Metal magazine stories. love it, feel it….

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