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MUCH - Go Easy

Go Easy is the third single from Much in 2020. The song basically trying to portray the uneasy feeling that we sometimes felt and really had nothing to do with the person near us. You just had a bad day, you’re not feeling too happy, and just need to grieve for a brief moment, “please leave me alone for a minute and I’ll be just fine”.

  • Fersya Adam
  • Fersya Adam
  • Fersya Adam
  • Aulia Anggia
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  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 15, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    232 USD
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Director Biography - Fersya Adam

He received an art degree from the Jakarta Arts Institute in the field of film (directing). Paying attention to how the universe works, feeling that life is a dynamic dance between material & non-material aspects that occurs continuously like waves. Then he used it as the basis for the formula for his audio-visual works.

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Director Statement

This project has a very personal meaning to me. Born and raised in Malang, the cycle keeps on repeating where one generation becomes a musician and the next generation is a connoisseur, then follows and is replaced. Making this project is one of my ways to make up for the missing phase. I had to migrate to Jakarta to study at IKJ and finally I was able to contribute to Malang music in the fields that I mastered. Working on this project for me is a cinema recreation and fun. I don't believe that a music video is a celebration that a musician can produce a masterpiece.
In this project I try to capture how so far there are MUCH ways of working. As a band they are used to doing everything themselves, from making covers of singles, EPs, albums, to their music videos. So this music video is an illustration of how they do things with their own hands, and that passion is very important to me.

Economically, the making of this music video can be said to be "very cheap", but what makes all of this feel "expensive" is the togetherness and DIY spirit for something "small" to feel "big" with the various limitations that make it exist.