The missing pixels (Director's Cut) "To the throne"

The missing pixels (Director’s Cut) – «To the throne» NEW music video 2021

Director – Andrea Bielsa
Production company  – YAYA Management

DOP – Hugo Prats
Dancer – Mireia Salip
Focus Puller – Helga Otero
Gaffer – Pau Mora
Camera Assistant – Gerard Roca
Make-up & Hair – Jorge Zunica
Stylist – Sofia Mariño
Editor – Andrea Bielsa
Color Grading – Artic Pospo
Colorist – Jaume Ponsa
Producer – Ferran Calderón

Lighting Equipment – Movie-Men
Camera rental – Zig Zag rental
Lenses rental – Seito Films

Special Thanks to all the amazing crew &
Joan Antonio Montaña
Fifth Models Management
Ricard Canyellas
Carlos Movie-Men
Javier Requena

The Missing Pixels, are Christina & Maher, an Indie-folk-electro duo from Beirut, Lebanon. They are releasing their first EP “nowhere to go” on FEB 19, 2021.

“Nowhere to go’’ is composed of four pieces, representing in a real and raw manner all the intense emotions that one’s goes through at least once in his life. The songs represent our losses, our fears, our uncertainties, our struggles of not knowing how to move on and the constant hope of returning to what we once had. They are putting out there those silenced conflicts that live inside us; when your mind wants to move on, but your heart is stuck; when your only desire is to escape but you’re trapped in an ideal, and the time suspended.

In the way “Nowhere to go” was created, the focus was on translating the truest emotions that emerged from the basic chords and Christina’s vocal melodies. To bring to life those feelings, it was very important for The Missing Pixels to produce and arrange the instrumental part in a way that tells the same story. The acoustic instruments introduce the organic essence of one’s emotions, one’s reality. The electronic touch translates the dreamy and surreal world that embarks you in an emotional tornado. Christina’s voice and melodies mixed with the music create this perfect synergy between opposite feelings, being sad and relieved, destructed but yet hopeful. They cannot exist one without the other, and that’s what makes The Missing Pixels sound unique, and memorable.