PinocchioP's SAYONARA HUMAN music video hits us with some surreal blue screens


No computers were harmed in this video

As PinocchioP's latest album, HUMAN, came out on Nov. 23, the guy decided to celebrate this occasion with his music video of "SAYONARA HUMAN." Even though the song's title is connected to the word "goodbye," it actually focuses on the folks who spend their time in the digital space.

Yuma Saito served as the music video's director, and he's the same person that's worked on some of DECO*27's stuff as well. Thanks to him and PinocchioP's teamwork, the whole thing worked nicely with the way it mixed PC effects with real-world environments. In a way, it covers that angle where one can get immersed into their computer-related activities.

The nice thing about this video is that it gives folks a preview of one of the various songs present in HUMAN, which is a great way to show people if the album is for them. From the looks of it, this might be a trend with PinocchioP's stuff when he prepares for his future tracks.

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