The Knocks and Foster The Folks reunited final yr after the success of their first collaboration, “Trip Or Die,” which dropped again in 2018. After their follow-up observe “All About You” was launched in October, they’ve now launched its visible accompaniment.
The tune itself is a flip of Pastor T.L. Barret‘s “Like a Ship” from 1972, that includes a youth choir. These clean and soulful samples made for a wonderful basis for the observe, layered with an acidic synth line, and at last paired with Mark Foster‘s distinctive voice. Additions from each acts spotlight each other organically, whereas showcasing the qualities which have led every of them to grow to be the famend artists they’re at present.
Directed by Nathan R. Smith, the official “All About You” music video shares a vivid new perspective on the track. The visible begins by following a person’s ft as he walks alongside darkish metropolis streets. But it surely’s not simply any man—it’s Foster. There are others on the identical gloomy streets who seem dejected, transferring alongside slowly—seemingly misplaced with no actual course “identical to a ship with out a sail.” Then, a vivid white mild seems from above and one thing modifications. Every particular person experiences a shift from their darkish state and turns into interested in the sunshine—their eyes open large, gaze upwards, and there’s a glimpse of hope.
On the finish of the video, the primary character (Foster) and two others (The Knocks) stroll in direction of the sunshine and disappear inside. Maybe the visuals on this music video are a illustration of these people who felt misplaced and disconnected, solely to transcend out of the darkness.
You’ll be able to stream or obtain “All About You” through your go-to platform right here and take a look at the music video in full under.
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