FKJ playing an exclusive live set in world's largest salt flat Salar de Uyuni for Cercle.
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Venue: Salar de Uyuni
Produced by Cercle
Executive producers: Philippe Tuchmann & Derek Barbolla
Film directed by: Pol Souchier & Derek Barbolla
Directors of photography: Mathieu Glissant
Sound engineer: Laurent de Boisgisson & Thomas Cooksey
Assisted by: Aurélien Moisan
Sound mastering: Laurent de Boisgisson
Drone: Alexis Olas
Special thanks to Terra Andina, Conacine, French Embassy in Bolivia , French Alliance in Bolivia & Live Buzz for all their support.
This performance has been recorded live.
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− So, I’m a bit moved because what we just experienced was incredible, but I wanted to ask how it felt to be playing in the middle of this natural landscape and not in front of people as you’re used to?
− Well, there was a lot less pressure, less expectations,
− I didn’t see the reaction of the people in front of me that I usually interpret in a good or a bad way, sometimes I do interpret their reaction the right way but sometimes it completely wrong, in the end it’s all in my head but here there’s no audience so I’m by myself, I’m a bit like in my room except that have something incredible in front of me so it was easier to adventure myself in unknown territories…
− You lost yourself in your music tonight?
− I was Lost
− It was really incredible.
− There are a lot of people that have been asking questions online but I will start with one which I believe was asked by Emero: How were you inspired by Bolivia and this specific location ?
− Well exactly, the inspiration came from the location.
− Here I didn’t want the location to be just a background to my music but my music to be the soundtrack of the location.
− That’s why I didn’t play many of my songs, I played a few that I thought worked well with this location but for the rest I was just looking around and being inspired by this place, by the nature around
− It’s true that I heard many tunes that I didn’t know so there were a lot of unreleased.
− It wasn’t even unreleased.
− They were never released.
− Yeah, they were not unreleased, probably will never be released
− Well we were privileged to hear them.
− Often the themes that we find in your tracks are the skyline and the notion of going home: Why those two themes? What inspires you in those themes?
− The skyline is a metaphor for trying to reach your goals in life, make your dreams come true
− And go back home is really about travelling
− The track I don’t want to go back home that I played; I played because it made sense here, I really didn’t want to go back home, I just wanted to keep traveling here
− go back home references the fact that I’m constantly traveling and that I feel good traveling
− Ok, I think we’re going to end the interview now with the mystery box which is a little gift that we are going to offer you. It’s a tradition but with all the emotions I forgot to take it with me, so someone is running to bring it
− As Aurelien arrives I wanted to thank you for this incredible live
− Thank you for organizing all of this
− I also wanted to thank all the technical team, I think there were around 19 people involved who are really incredible people that worked really hard to prepare this show. So, a huge thank you to them because there wouldn’t have been a show without them, thank you
− And here is the gift, that we offer you with a strong wind. It was made by a local shop, Lam, and is 100% Alpaga
− I’m going to put it right away because I’m freezing.
− Thank you very much guys, I had a wonderful time. I will listen to it tomorrow because I don’t know how the result sounded
− It was beautiful
− Thank you, you really honored this location
− Thank you to our partners whose names will appear on the screen and in the credits
− Thank you for being so many of you following us as always and see you in two weeks
Thanks so much for all the love ❤️
We've been trying for a week to add the subtitles, but there's a bug and YouTube puts them at the middle of the video no matter what we do.
As we've tried everything, with no luck so far, we've added the translation of the interview in english at the end of the description.
Enjoy, and thanks for watching!
All videos are F*** Awesome, but I must confess this one is my favorite, I am only a bit ashamed for the guy doing the interview, in all videos we can see his english is very limited and in this one in particular he prefered to switch to french, so HE could get more confortable on the other hand completely ignored the channel audience, so that was a really bad mistake for the channel, the guy seems to be a very cool and enjoyful guy, but for the good of the channel he should be replaced for someone english fluent(since the target public is global) with the same charism...
No matter if both speak same language, if the target is global go for english always!
Yo I love this Kats music, my favorite one is Tadow, it inspired me to find my love again. Brother, you are so great with your talent... BUT dude, come on bru... Your cameraman, in one place, you might as well just put a picture up of yourself! I got bored after 10 mins. And your music took off AFTER I stop watching. My girl was like "WOW" but Yo son, I don't want to watch you play "so-to-speak" I want to experience your music the way you see it in your mind,... The same sense for one hour and some mins... Gort lost bro! Love your music homie just too MUCH of the same sensory. Just Saying Thou;) Always fan thou. Stay up
PS I would have had boats creep in/up and as the sun went down... the boats would light up and people chilling and drinking, talking and etc... man, send out some love to the sky with lanterns. Boy, you could have killed in 30 but that's me Yo. (I hope you fed your cameraman. That Kat deserve some serious love! Stargazing ain't easy when you're on the other side bro.
After a 50th listen, I fall in love again. This is very inspirational and at some parts makes me wanna cry. makes me wanna travel the world. and be me 100 percent. Peace and love folks ! Thank you FKJ and the wonderful cinematographers and God for the venue :D !
E, dentro desta competição, vcs se tronaram mais uns.... e, vazia ela tornou com seus lindos intervalos.... agiram como mestres... porem esta musica linda nao é um produto a ser usado como pretensão, custe o tempo que for um dia vcs vao entender isso ....
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