This gives a more airy impression of the triad compared to when it is heard in its normal form.
The MI initial sequence by Allen Hinds
It's not clear exactly what context Allen is playing in the video below. From an Instagram comment we learn that this chord sequence is taken from the track Heartfell on the album Fly South.
The explanation by John Nathan Cordy
John Nathan Cordy (YouTube channel) is an interesting musician and youtuber whose videos I sometimes watch and enjoy. He obviously enjoyed Allen's use of spread triads and so made a very well done video on the subject.
I highly recommend watching this video to understand a little better the mechanics of what Allen plays.
A version of "Heartfell"
A full version found on YouTube played by Claude Schedler (claudeschedler.jimdofree.com).
The piece I tried to play
The best way to assimilate a notion is to practice. Based on the work of John Nathan Cordy (video above), I worked on this chord sequence. Here's the result on video after an hour or two's work. It's far from perfect, but at least I've got a bit more of those chord inversions under my belt.