Morning After

Beauty In The Machine
Music Video

This music video was produced for Beauty In The Machine’s “Morning After” Monikkr Remix. Directed by production frontman, guitarist and keyboard player for the band, Anthony Fonseca. The clip features performances by lead vocalist Jennifer Cella, along with various models and acrobatic performers. Shot by Director of Photography Jenna Berraho. Post-Production including editing and VFX were done by Matyas Kelemen at Reality Engine Studios.

Beauty in the Machine is more than just a music group. It’s more than just the duo you see, the music you hear, and the visuals you experience. Beauty in the Machine (BITM) is a story. A story of a multi-platinum recording artist and a prolific producer, how they came together to create a world set in the future. A world where stories are told about love, passion, heartbreak and ultimately survival. 

At the core BITM is comprised of lead vocalist Jennifer Cella and DJ/Producer Monikkr (Anthony Fonseca). Their music combines elements of progressive rock and bass-driven house music, creating a Sub Pop feel. Their performances combine live instruments, drum machines, synths, vocals, and captivating visuals that all together bring a seductive, futuristic and immersive experience to all those in observance. 

As former lead vocalist of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Jennifer has headlined on some of the most prestigious stages in the world including beloved Madison Square Garden in New York City, as well as performed with various musical legends including Roger Daltrey of The Who, Joan Jett, Greg Lake of ELP and Jon Anderson of Yes. While part of TSO, she charted on Billboard numerous times - #1 on the Billboard Rock Album chart, #5, #7 and #26 on Billboard top 200 for different albums.

Monikkr, on the other hand, has DJ’d alongside some of the biggest names in dance music. As the resident of the legendary Webster Hall, you could regularly find him opening for such artists as Skrillex, Dada Life, Bingo Players, Tommy Lee and many more. Before that, he was a live musician in rock bands like Crash Theory and Colorblind, as well as house music former live act, Speakerbox.