Toro y Moi, a. K. A Chaz Bear, The game was released “Goes By So Fast: A Mahal Film” a short film starring Eric Andr é and Chaz and it, according to the declaration, “bring the world of Toro y Moi’s seventh studio album, Mahal, to life.” The film had been in a relationship with Dropbox and was directed by longtime Toro y Moi producer Harry Israelson, compiled by Sidney Schleiff and Israelson and created by Ways & Means. Watch the film under. Israelson said, “Having worked with Chaz for over a decade, Here is the natural evolution of our storytelling; with’ Mahal ‘, from day one we discussed a companion film. For me, the idea was to create a world around the record, so listeners could stick their head inside the album cover itself and have a look around. Our challenge was to make a film that felt evocative of the album’s themes and lyrics, and together I think we made something truly weird and unique.” Chaz brings this together, “Given the more serious themes of the record, Harry and I both felt it fitting to come up with something humorous and fun. I wanted to make something that humanized the music and hopefully myself in ways that are human. Knowing that I’m not much of an actor and somewhat reserved, We felt it was best to find a supporting actor who would bring some context to the” man behind the curtain “. We felt Eric Andre’s character, Panther, it was the perfect high-sporadic energy to match my persona, giving context to my introverted tendencies. I loved the entire process and I think fans will be able to see the fun we had making it.” “Mahal” the South Carolina-born man says, Bay Area-based Toro’s 2019 music event “Outer Peace” together with his Grammy-nominated 2020 partnership with Flume, “The Difference” which also starred in a global campaign for Apple’s Airpods. He released seven songs in 2008 and partnered with Tyler, the Creator, Travis Scott, Haim and Caroline Polachek. As a graphic designer, He has collaborated with labels including Nike, Dublab and Vans.