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- Posted on Sep 8th 2009 3:30PM by Benjy Eisen
Well, if it's any solace, regardless of whose trip it is, the video is indeed trippy. But Dunckel's point is well taken; Air's music is particularly evocative and yet open for interpretation. So as the group prepares for massive worldwide touring in 2010, expect a different approach than their fellow French electronic-duo colleagues -- Air will not be renting the pyramid from Daft Punk anytime soon.
"You get images in your mind when you listen to what we do and I don't know what's in your mind. I don't want to break it, I just want to be able to make this image grow," Dunckel says. "Our music has a lot to do with imagination. So I don't want to be specific or have super-sized images while we play live. I just prefer people close their eyes and trip in the mind."
Air's new album, 'Love 2,' will be released on October 6, just in time to grab your iPod, close your eyes and go on an autumn staycation.