Watch the stunning video for Miles Davis’ “Moon Dreams”

A stunning visualizer of wandering color.

Record label Universal Music has released a new video for Miles Davis’ “Moon Dreams,” a seminal cut from the trumpeter’s 1957 compilation Birth of the Cool.

The clip, which was created by Los Angeles-based Ingenuity Studios, features colorful streams of light coming together to form trumpets, the Empire State Building and subway cars. The visual was inspired by Davis’ later-life artwork, according to a statement released alongside the video.

The version of “Moon Dreams” featured in the video is from 1998’s The Complete Birth of the Cool, a remastering of the original 1957 album. Earlier this month, Warner Records released the long-shelved Rubberband, the latest LP of posthumous Davis material.

Watch the video for “Moon Dreams” here:

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