The recent eclipse that traveled across the U.S. was striking and stirring event for many Americans, as many took time for their jobs and their lives to soak in the natural phenomena. But as people looked up into the skies with a variety of makeshift devices to observe the eclipse, it was clear that one thing was missing: a soundtrack. But have no fear, LA-based singer/songwriter/producer Emmit Fenn had everyone covered with his gorgeous Eclipse EP. Working in tandem with acclaimed director Patrick Jean, Fenn delivered an ambient gem, rippling with poignance and beauty. 'Halo 22,' the penultimate track of the EP, is the latest to get this treatment and it premieres today here on The 405.

Jean identifies a quote from novelist William Golding as crucial to his creative process: "He fell into that strange mood of speculation that was so foreign to him. If faces were different when lit from above or below — what was a face? What was anything?"

"This video was inspired by this quote, and by the works of Henri-Georges Clouzot and a film he never finished called l’Enfer," says Jean. "The light, revolving around a single face, creates an optical effect revealing it as if it was many different individuals at the same time. I found the effect fascinating and wanted to experiment with it for a long time! Emmit Fenn’s song was a perfect fit for it."

Fenn was also enamored with the effect Jean is describing, highlighting the synchronicity between the two artists.

"Working with Patrick Jean is always amazing," said Fenn. "He is the best at what he does and partnering up with him on a few videos for this EP was great! We both value simplicity a lot and when Patrick brought up this idea of creating an optical effect for 'Halo 22,' I absolutely love it!"

Check out the video for 'Halo 22' below, and head over to Fenn's website for a beautiful presentation of his Eclipse EP.