Sometimes, when science and music collide, the result can be a beautiful thing.

Filmed by Shahir Daud, the video uses experiments like the Chladni Plate to visualise sound using sand, the Ruben's Tube, which shoots fire as notes on the keyboard are played, and the Tesla Coil, which arcs electricity around the band in the video's incredible finale. 

Aside from being a stunning example of science and music fusing together to create something beautiful, it's also the new video for Nigel Stanford's 'Cymatics.' Watch below.

To learn more about the video, check out the behind the scenes here.

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