It Is Time to Visually Improve Your "Mood" With Felix Cartal
Who is ready for a pallet cleanser to increase their mood? Flowing into the next we have a brand new music video for “Mood” by Felix Cartal over on Physical Presents. Felix has been busy, with multiple standalone productions with other producers including successful producer Kaskade. Felix will also be touring internationally so everyone will be able to see it sometime soon. Due to his most recent success, Felix has even garnered over 45 million streams over on his Spotify! Clearly, Felix, you are doing something right. If you are ever in Las Vegas, you can now check out Felix Cartal at his residency at Drai’s Beach Club that started April 8th.
“Mood” has to be one of the most uplifting-feeling songs of 2018 and the music video is completely complimentary. Easily earning its spot as the final single from Felix’s Next Season album, “Mood” has finally found the visual treatment that equals exactly the tone that “Mood” conveys. The video depicts a “Monday Funday” with a group of best friends who are just trying to experience their lives in the best way possible. This visual element exudes the right amount of energy and carefree nature that we couldn’t think of any other music video that would match the track. While this concludes the Next Season saga, the door is open for yet another to begin.
Make sure you check out the music video for “Mood” below!
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