"The River is Moving" is a short story about redemption. The movie is set in contemporary Denver, CO, where humans and robots co-exist. A male robot lives a solitary life seeking his place in society.
The music of John Common has always had a cinematic quality. Fittingly, his new EP’s four-minute title track has inspired a short film by Brazilian director Gio Toninelo, a tale of underworld salvation with shades of Spike Jonze's "I'm Here".
"The River Is Moving" is a dark pop song that combines a sneaky-strong groove, a lush soundscape and starkly honest lyrics about what it’s like to be in a state of pre-redemption. The single “The River Is Moving” was produced by Steven Vidaic and John Common and it's being release together with a B-side spoken word. Download the song here:
the idea of a river is such a universal metaphor. It can mean hope, time, movement and change...