Experimental music producer, Kitzl releases the video for her latest track, ‘Wizard Girls’

Canadian producer and composer Kitzl has released the video for ‘Wizard Girls’ taken from her album 40 Moons That We Know Of (April 2019), mastered by Michael Fong. Kitzl originally began exploring ambient and soundtrack music as a teenager in Canada. This led her to beginning her own production of electronic music.

While the original inspiration for the track came from a fashion show, the experimental-pop artist took a step in the opposite direction with the video taking place in a forest. The opening shots are bathed in purple, creating a dramatic effect upon the audience. The video does, however, return to its roots of inspiration with Kitzl herself dividing into a row of doppelgangers marching in unison, as if down a runway.

“We filmed it all in Elora and in Guelph, close to home.  We were chasing an unearthly, neon forest kind of vibe.  In the day the wizard girls laze around and recharge, and at night they get down to business.   The night-time stuff was really cool to film because the lights in the dark trees immediately looked so eerie, exactly how we’d hoped.  I made a lot of moth friends that night.”

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