Daniel Avery releases new video for 48-minute ambient track Visible Gravity

The Drone Logic artist has shared a mesmerising visual for his recently released track Visible Gravity.

In September, Daniel Avery released the 48-minute ambient track Visible Gravity, featuring a sample from Japanese composer Hiroki KikutaNow, he’s dropped the accompanying black-and-white animated video.

Earlier this year, the Phantasy label boss released his sophomore album Song for Alpha. Visible Gravity provides a contrast in pace from the LP, being dedicated to “those early and quiet moments in a night where the strobe light is still only a hopeful glimmer beyond the horizon.”

Recently Avery spoke to Crack Magazine about his curated night for The Warehouse Project on 20 October, calling Manchester “a very special place to play.”

Watch Visible Gravity via the player above, and read Crack’s interview with Daniel Avery.