Tribe Spirit, aside from the music we create, is all about connecting with fellow creative souls, be it for recordings, videos or other projects. We believe that creativity is a connecting power and a source of energy beyond our wildest dreams. It is the fuel for innovation and for creating something meaningful to share with the world. For many artists, creative flow is their reason to be.
When we are putting our heart and soul into a project, and artists come together to share their talents and passions, it feels like we are tapping into this energy together and wondrous creations are born.
Music Video Collaboration with the Dancers from Walküren Dance
We met on the web and loved each other’s work. These amazing tribal fusion dancers are from Venezuela, so it was unlikely, that we could be performing together any time soon. Instead, they sent over some of their beautiful video footage for our music video “Lady Troll – Herr Mannelig” (Dancer footage filmed by Simon Kebe). Thanks, ladies. We are looking forward to more projects with you!
Find them here on Facebook and Instagram.
Music Video Production by André Callozzo Peo for the Song “The Morríghan”
André is a talented video artist who has, in the past, also created work for Feuerflut, a fire group for which Selkie is also performing. Working with him to create this video was a wonderful and creative process, and also showed how much time and attention he devotes to his craft. It took careful planning sessions, location scouting, outfit making and three days of roaming the woodlands in various costumes – not to mention editing time until the video was done. Thanks André for this experience and the final creation.
Find more of Andrés work on his Facebook page.
Music Video Collaboration with Aerial Silk Artist Carolin
Much like a fairy creature, she performs in her aerial silks, so it only seemed the right thing to do, to ask if she would be a guest in a music video. In the woodlands near their hometown, Carolin and Selkie spent a beautiful late summer day, filming this video by an amazing old tree.
Carolin currently has no webpage, but if you know where to look, perhaps you can find her in the woods, climbing and dancing in her silks like a little fae.