To create the video, Rongen recycled footage created for a project called Pure Gold – an installation comprising a row of five urinals along an Amsterdam street outside Mediamatic, the studio where he works.
Each plumbing fixture was located beneath a video screen that played images of "pee landscapes" created using the frozen liquid.
Thomson saw the installation at Mediamatic, so went inside and asked Rongen – who composes and directs under the moniker Hyde Park – to make the video for her.
The director cut clips of the urine block from the installation with shots of plants and colourful paint globules moving around in water.
All of the filming took place inside a fish tank, and Rongen created the moving paint effects with his bare hands. He completed the film in just a couple of evenings.
Rather than use a narrative for the video, Rongen simply chose to create visuals that went with the track after listening to it over and over.
"I never make stories," said Rongen. "I play the song on repeat in the background and then try to make a surrounding that fits the audio, searching for colours, shadow, textures, movements and so on."
"Marle's song is very small and vulnerable," he added. "I guess the video also has that feeling."
Levitation – out now – is taken from Thomson's The Canopy EP, which will be released 26 February 2016.