A WIN­DOW ON OTHER LIVES

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - LIFESTYLE -

THE in­trigue that comes with watch­ing other peo­ple live their everyday lives will be brought to life at The Pa­per Kites’ com­ing na­tional tour.

It fol­lows the theme of their Mid­night video tril­ogy, which ac­com­pa­nies three songs from their lat­est al­bum twelve­four.

Elec­tric Indigo, Reve­la­tor Eyes and the re­cently re­leased Rene­gade por­tray late-night sto­ries of dif­fer­ent peo­ple in dif­fer­ent cities but all set be­tween mid­night and 4am.

“I don’t know if you’ve ever sat across the street and thought ‘Oh I won­der what’s hap­pen­ing in there’,” lead singer Sam Bent­ley asked.

“The show is a lit­tle bit of this voyeur ex­pe­ri­ence.

“It’s called Mid­night and we com­bine a pro­jec­tion element with our nor­mal stage show. We’re set­ting it in front of an apart­ment build­ing, so we’ve got four win­dows that are made to look like they’ve been ripped out of an apart­ment build­ing… and we’re set up un­der­neath.

“Dur­ing the set, there are four sep­a­rate sto­ries done through pro­jec­tions on to the win­dows, so it makes the au­di­ence feel like they’re watch­ing through peo­ple’s win­dows.”

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