Today on 11th March 2017, Scott Albert/Klayton released the music video for his fourth single, Eden from the album debut of Scandroid, which was released on 11th November 2016. It is the second official non-lyrical video to feature Klayton as a real life figure, after Shout, a Tears for Fears cover; and the fourth after Circle of Dust‘s singles Machines of Our Disgrace (2015) and Alt_Human (2017).
The video is set in a futuristic dystopian version of Tokyo, Japan where the protagonist, Red, is skulking through abandoned alleyways to come across piles upon piles of old, robotic children’s toys in what seems as a make-shift exhibition of the past before things went downhill. The video changes the lyrical content of the song, which originally describes that of a reuniting love (which can be imagined to represent Atom and E.V.E/The Siren, or Red and Raven), into that of a possible nostalgia of how the world once was, and reminiscing on the idea that the world was meant to transform into what it is at present.
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