Kerai 'Heaven And Songs' by Lydia Garnett
In Lydia Garnett's black and white video for Heaven And Songs, Kerai’s Sasha Wilde moves in an undefined space, coming in and out of focus, momentarily emerging from darkness into light.
"The song evokes the feeling of a perfect moment slipping away," says Garnett. "It reimagines the haunting of one’s lover as a sweet continuation of an infinite bond. Heaven and Songs captures the immense vitality that can be found in liminal spaces, where life is lived with an intense sense of connection and freedom."
And this visual captures that romantic intensity of both the artist and song in an alluring yet concise fashion.
|Director of Photography||Lydia Garnett|
|Art Director||Izzi Valentine|
|Other credits||Featuring Sasha Wilde From Kerai|
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