The UK artist drops video for Unhappy Songs
kwassa reveals a model new video for present single Unhappy Songs. Directed by Max Jedwab, the video follows kwassa (actual title Scott Verrill) navigating the idea of loneliness by way of the distinction of solo and crowd scenes.
“The phrases ‘unhappy songs’ clearly have a stage of irony from the very fact they’re so upbeat and playful, however lyrically it’s about feeling a bit misplaced. I wished to get that throughout within the video by utilizing the group / confetti / shiny colors, and reducing between a scene the place I’m alone in a bed room, to me being swamped in a crowd of individuals. I labored with Max the director on my final music video which was only one dancer and I, and on this one we had been actually eager to include a crowd – it additionally solely felt proper to match the unity of the refrain with a bunch of younger folks.” – kwassa
kwassa has been making music for so long as he can bear in mind. He was nonetheless in school when he was a part of the youngest band to play at Glastonbury, and has spent the previous 4 years growing his sound below the title KYKO. He rapidly discovered an viewers on-line who related along with his musical daydreams about life and love. He independently launched two EPs that earned help from The Line Of Greatest Match, Wonderland and Clara Amfo at BBC Introducing, as he racked up a complete of 15 million streams and resulted in him promoting out London’s Omeara.