If you don't fall immediately in love with anything Kyson creates, I'm afraid you need to get your ears checked.
From blatant folk to a more subtle, off kilter-electronic variation of the same, the Berlin-based, Australian producer never fails to send incessant waves of shivers down ones spine with his music.
His melancholic songs are a wonderful study in experimentation, with "Black Dreaming" playing with sparse, yet intricate production, clear, albeit glitchy, vocals, and delicate, acoustic guitar.
Directed by John Jeanes, the accompanying visuals display no excess, and because of its ingenious simplicity, the twisting of patterns and bodies become a force in itself, perfect alongside the audio.
Kyson released his sophomore LP, A Book Of Flying back in April, and you should definitely spend some time with it.