Bob Moses release full-length concert film, ‘Falling Into Focus’
Earlier this fall, innovative electronic duo Bob Moses partnered with Twitch to produce a 70-minute concert film. Creating inspiration out of limitation, Bob Moses took to Topanga Microwave Tower, an abandoned radio tower just on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
Masterfully shot, the musicians climb up a ladder to the highest rung of the tower. Just as the sun begins its descent behind the rolling hills of Topanga, the two arrive at their posts and the music kicks off with fan-favorite “Love We Found.” Awe-inspiring drone shots of the sunset behind the duo are captured as day morphs into night.
Bob Moses eventually work their way down the tower during the set and transitions from the two DJs into their full live band setup. It’s clear from the visuals that the entire production was meticulously orchestrated from top to bottom. Director Owen Brown stated in a press release,
“The film represents the future of live stream-style content, in that it was made over the course of months to be as thrilling to watch as a concert is to attend. With live music not coming back anytime soon because of the pandemic, my goal was to make something at that standard – and I think we’ve come close.”
In conjunction with the film, Bob Moses also released a 13-track live album from the shoot. This includes material from their previous projects Desire, Battle Lines and Days Gone By. Stream the enthralling visual and listen to the full live album below.