"Lulin" is a joint creation of electronic duo Gidge and film production company Lampray – all friends from school in Umeå, Sweden. Usually, a film comes with a soundtrack and an album comes with music videos, but Gidge and Lampray wanted to make something different: a project where film and music are separated, yet strongly connected. This resulted in a 24-minute film & 42 minutes of audio. The film revolves around a man (Victor Lindgren) who sees something he can not explain at the edge of the woods surrounding his cabin. The audio are two 20+ minute tracks by Gidge with music derived from Lulin’s lonely world and mind. Lulin is filmed close to Umeå where the Swedish friends grew up, and more specifically, right where Gidge recorded most of the sounds for their debut album Autumn Bells.The film is written, directed and edited by Ludvig Stolterman (Gidge), cinematography and production by Martin Gärdemalm (Lampray), lighting and further production by Linus Andersson (Lampray), sound recording by Jonatan Nilsson (Gidge), sound editing by Johannes Oscarsson. Everything else was done with and by their close friends.