Mount Olympus and Cryogenics Inspired This Dreamy Music Video

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Love, Greek gods and cryogenics inspire the slow-burning music video for Sleep Party People's "The Missing Steps."

"I wanted to create a melancholic love story of two people becoming part of a mountain and growing together with nature in a parallel world,"co-director Christina Amundsen explains to

Cool Hunting

. "I was inspired by Mount Olympus from Greek mythology and the old Greek gods but most parts of the idea were actually based on my newfound fascination of cryopreservation—people preserving their bodies in case technology in the future is developed enough to bring people back to life."

Adam Ryde Ankarfeldt co-directs. Watch below and read more

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