Love X Stereo Releases 'Zero One' Music Video: Watch

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Love X Stereo, "Zero One"

Electronic indie band Love X Stereo return Friday (Feb. 15) with a brand-new music video for their song “Zero One.”

Beginning with a cut of Annie Ko singing breathily about the end of love over mellow, rollicking beats, the song is an ambient ode to the hardships associated with romance. It also features scenes from the short film of the same name, as “Zero One” serves as its soundtrack.

Directed by and starring Korean-American Nick Neon, the Zero One film is a sequel to 2016’s award-winning Ultra Bleu. Like its predecessor, the new short continues to explore the story of a gay man finding his place in the world, inspired by Neon’s own life.

Ko and Toby Hwang formed Love X Stereo in 2011, and have been active in the Korean indie scene since then. They most recently released the compilation album Winter Dreams last year as a tribute to the PyeongChang Olympic Games.

“Zero One” is available on digital music platforms. Watch the music video for it here:

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