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Jacob Perlmutter and Diogo Strausz used Apple’s awesome animoji feature for their music video for Palm The Quarter.

Shot in the lead up to the lead up to the social distancing measures advised in London, the video looks to celebrate all of the places that we call home, that aren’t our homes. For many of us, going out with friends, exploring the city and seeing new things feels like “home” to us. At the moment we can’t really go to our favourite haunts and just have our living rooms to hang out in. The song is an ode to the outdoors, but is also a reminder that it’s the people that we see outside that is the most important thing. It tells us we can still have that social connection in our own homes.

Jacob Perlmutter Made This Animoji Music Video For "Palm The Quarter" image of Jacob Perlmutter

The video was shot entirely on iPhone and it’s super impressive. It’s a cool way to shoot a music video and the end result looks really cool. Despite the fact that we never see the singers actual face, his virtual self still feels really personal.

Jacob Perlmutter & Diogo Strausz|Palm The Quarter |Music Video

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