In what is possibly a star-making turn —even though this is from Braids’ third album — Raphaelle Standell-Preston sings into Kevan Funk’s camera amidst various types of nature. She sings about feeling slut-shamed and undergoing a bad break-up, things many people go through. Ultimately, though, it’s her performance, and Kelly Jeffrey's gorgeous cinematography, which makes a mark.
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Peter Huang, director: "I always said throughout filiming, 'I hope some bubbly 13-yeard old who really loves EDM ends up bursting into tears at the end of this video. Only then will I be satisfied. Somebody provide me with proof that this has happened."
Something is clearly amiss when we enter the posh home where a latenight hook-up is about to ensue. The camera lingers on that kitchen island knife block a touch too long. The woman can curiously work the on-wall custom whole-house music system without any direction. And, what's that noise?
It's more short film than music video, and it certainly doesn't have a happy ending, so bubbly EDM fans should definitely brace themselves...
19 year old director, Liam MacRae delivers this music video for PARTYNEXTDOOR with a different take on the west end of the Greater Toronto Area, more commonly known as Mississauga, aka Sauga. For those unfamiliar with PARTY, he is Drake's first official signee off of his new label imprint OVO Sound.