The music of electronic producer Reighnbeau is difficult to define; he draws upon a collage of genres sometimes disparate and abrasive but always wholly arresting. The man behind the melancholic production is Albuquerque native Bryce Hample, who conjures gorgeously dense soundscapes from influences such as; hip-hop, R&B and shoegaze; within his compositions lurks a grandiose hope which pierces through the luscious darkness.

We're ecstatic to share the premiere of his new video for 'Milk of Amnesia', which shows the man himself journeying across the globe with a Super 8mm camera and vials of earth. Channelling what I imagine to be a young Steve Zissou, Reignbeau sets out on a global search for some sort of meaning to his own personal and a wider existence in what we assume is referencing the track's title.

The promo is stunningly shot and directed by Seth Fuller, who captures Reignbeau as he adventures through snow-trenched mountain ranges to desolate sand-covered deserts. He attempts to piece together a constant collection of photographs, old film, and environmental samples which seem to ignite fragments of distant memories.

The track 'Milk of Amnesia' is taken from Reighnbeau's upcoming full-length album, a release date is yet to be announced.