It’s not often we come across a music video shot in our home base of Hong Kong. Gold Panda offers up exactly that via the official visual accompaniment to his single “My Father in Hong Kong 1961.” Directed by Israeli visual artist Ronni Shendar, the piece does well to capture the vibe of the song itself as well as that of the sprawling metropolis as the picturesque Aberdeen Harbour is juxtaposed against the hustle and bustle of Mong Kok. Check out the video above and look for “My Father in Hong Kong 1961″ to appear on Gold Panda’s forthcoming Half of Where You Live, due out June 11 and available to pre-order now via iTunes.
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