A certain pop singer once said that "Heaven is a place on Earth." We may have just found that place in the spellbinding live video of The Blaze's "Heaven." The video, which comes in anticipation of their forthcoming North American tour, is a glimpse into their mesmerizing production setup and clear prowess as live performers. The project of cousins Guillaume and Jonathan Alric, both music producers and film directors, The Blaze has a profound talent for the cinematic. A talent that bleeds into their live work.
The live video for "Heaven" plays out like an excerpt from a beautiful, slow-moving climax to any of your favorite films. As the crowd undulates and sways along to the music, the feelings of the crowd are palpable. The soft-spoken yet grandiose energy of the performance seeps through the screen. It strikes you, simultaneously making you wish that you were there while drawing you ever deeper into the magical electronic world of The Blaze. It is almost like something out of a dream - grounded in reality, almost too perfect to be real, and before you know it, it's all over.
Watch the live video "Heaven" below, and be sure not to miss the chance to take part in the otherworldly experience first-hand, as The Blaze head out on a North American tour this fall: