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Friday, September 13, 2019

Japanese Wallpaper - "Arrival" [Pop]


"Arrival" music video by Japanese Wallpaper
Added: 13-09-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Japanese Wallpaper - Arrival [Official Film]

Produced by Zero Through Nine. Running Man Australia & Exit Films

Written & Directed by - Thomas Pollard
Actress - Tegan Crowley
Producer - Jeremy Flynn
Cinematography - Simon Walsh
1st AD - John Sandow
1st AC - Geoff Skilbeck
2nd AC - Chaylon Fraser
SFX - Tim O’Brien & Garry Martin
Safety Officer - Danny Woodrow
Director’s Assistant - Max Pollard
Runner - Tom Campbell & Sarah Fraser
Extras - Joanna Cullen, Sebastian Mead Lynch, Matthew Cullen & Twyla Skeggs
Editor - Max Pollard & Thomas Pollard
Colourist - CJ Dobson (
Online - Marty Gilchrist (

With many thanks too;
Max Pollard, Helen Crawford, James Park, Brian Pollard, Jaime Gillespie, Stephen Carroll, Kat Latour, Oliver Hammelton, Kim Wildenburg, Kat Latour, Nathan Smith, Lydia Rui, Lachlan Dickie, Zero Through Nine, Running Man Australia, Exit Films, Pocket Post, Puffin Post, Gearhead, Panavision, Red Fox Unit Services, Stone Grip, Aus Stunt Management, Rose Chong, Marty @ Dynon Auto Wreckers Melbourne, Hillview Sand Quarry & CFA Victoria.

© Zero Through Nine 2015”


Australian musician Gab Strum makes bright yet melancholic downtempo electronic pop under the name Japanese Wallpaper, as showcased on releases such as the 2019 full-length Glow.

Wish I Was Here [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]Melbourne resident Strum first began making music on his laptop when he was 15. Inspired by the Postal Service and Tycho, he started crafting loop-based tracks during a lengthy family vacation. When he returned, he began uploading some of his songs to SoundCloud. He received his big break when he submitted his 2013 single "Breathe In" (featuring Wafia) to Unearthed High, an emerging talent competition held by Australian radio station Triple J. Much to Strum's surprise, the song won the 2014 competition, and was subsequently chosen by Zach Braff to appear in the soundtrack to the film Wish I Was Here.

Strum released his debut EP, Japanese Wallpaper, in 2015, and the release soon garnered millions of streams online. He released "Cocoon" in 2016, followed by "Fooling Around" two years later, in advance of Glow, his full-length debut on Nettwerk Records. Arriving in 2019, Glow was sung entirely by Strum, and incorporated more acoustic instruments into his electronic pop sound. Single "Imaginary Friends" included backing vocals by Hatchie.

Tags : 2015, 10s, Japanese Wallpaper