This Momentary

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
"This Momentary"
Single by Delphic
from the album Acolyte
Released 25 June 2007
Format Download/12'
Genre Electronic rock
Length 4:35
Label Polydor
Writer(s) Delphic
Producer(s) Ewan Pearson
Delphic singles chronology
"Counterpoint" (2009) "This Momentary"
(2009)
"Doubt"
(2010)

"This Momentary" is the second single by British alternative dance band Delphic, and is the third track on their debut album Acolyte. After all remixes went on the song CD or download when it was released only one didn't make it on which was a Skream remix. The song was featured in The Art of Getting By.

Music video[edit]

The video for This Momentary was directed by Dave Ma and produced by Pulse Films. It was shot by Ross McLennan on RED cameras. The video was filmed in the Chernobyl Zone of Exclusion. Instead of cliche shots of a place stripped of all life and nature, it shows the people still living in and around Chernobyl. Director Dave Ma said "The aim for this video was to focus on the people still living in and around the Chernobyl area...It was about showing the humanity of the people and about capturing little moments in their lives in a composed and photographic way." [1] [2]

Awards[edit]

The music video for "This Momentary" has been nominated for three UK Music Video Awards, including Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Telecine.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "This Momentary (Original)"
  2. "This Momentary (Parallels Remix)"
  3. "This Momentary (Golden Bug Remix)"
  4. "This Momentary (Radioproof Remix)"
  5. "This Momentary (Le Matos Remix)"
  1. "This Momentary (Original)"
  2. "This Momentary (Parallels Remix)"
  3. "This Momentary (Golden Bug Remix)"
  4. "This Momentary (Radioproof Remix)"
  5. "This Momentary (Le Matos Remix)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delphic - This Momentary". Delphic. YouTube. 1 July 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Delphic's This Momentary by Dave Ma". Delphic. promonews.tv. 24 July 2009. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 

External links[edit]