The Canberra-born musician says of the video: “We shot this clip in one, chilly night in St Kilda. It’s easily the most fun that I have ever had on a shoot and I was absorbed into this odd, surreal house and my role to find a way out of it. Jeff Johnston, the director, had the idea to use specific, visual themes bounce off the music and lyrics of the track. The hundreds of tea cups in the kitchen scene represent the morning routines of an entire love affair. The piles and piles of suitcases represent an unrelenting desire to move on. It was quite moving to be performing in the middle of these scenes, it was a brilliant visual experience for the song and the lighting design was unique and inspirational.”
Keep an eye out for our interview with this talented young dude; meanwhile, pre-order Weight_Falls at JB and you could win a K Stars surfboard designed by Kim.
Weight _Falls is out August 25 via Warner.