The Satellite Year – “Jelly, Jelly, How To Survive Such A Trip?” Engineer Records

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Having received rave reviews for their debut feature, This Is Voltaire (EP, 2008) and their nationwide radio single, “Could You Try To Speak in a Higher Register” (2009), THE SATELLITE YEAR have created a unique fusion between pop, electro and melodic post-punk with their debut album, Mission: Polarlights (LP, 2011), produced by Andrea Fusini (Fusix Studio, Turin), finished and mastered by Alessandro Vanara.

The German sextet succeeds in presenting a mixture of playful sounds paired with the rough edges of life, a musical nexus of emotion, reality and hope. Director Thorsten Hary describes the clip as a soundtrack video shot over eight or so days, for a movie that does not exist. Borrowing from well-established action and spy movie clichés, this is Thorsten’s humble homage to $100 million+ Hollywood action films, but done on a tiny budget.

Director/DoP/Edit/CGI/VFX/Colorgrading: Thorsten Hary (

Additional camerawork and invaluable help from Markus Bürster, Markus Braun and Alexander Lehnert.

GUI-Design by Zane Bien


Label Name = Midsummer Records, Engineer Records, Radtone Music Group Japan

Song Title = Jelly, Jelly, How To Survive Such A Trip?

Album Name = Mission: Polarlights

Director = Thorsten Hary,

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Director: Thorsten Hary

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