Leo Law Delivers Gripping Music Visual For New Single BURIED
Creative London artist Leo Law releases the gripping video for his new single 'Buried', an ode to addiction and the vices which control human thought processes.
'Buried' begins as a melancholic, synth-led production, gradually developing into an upbeat pop number, laced with Leo's unmistakable vocal range. Follows the release of his previous single 'Let Your Guard Down'. Both releases are accompanied by stirring visuals with artistic direction from Dottee Simone, with the videos emphasising Leo multi-faceted creativity as he sheds light on issues often labelled as taboo.
"If you look at the lyrics of 'Buried', they're about that idea of the substance constantly being on your mind and controlling you." adds Leo. "The general concept of the video is about how people use their vices to escape the struggles of their real life but also how this can lead to sinister consequences."
With two girls appearing alongside Leo in the video as 'devils on his shoulder', the production sees the singer/songwriter blurring the line between mundane reality and colourful fantasy, with references to famous scenes from his favourite films and queer icons, such as Donnie Darko, The Rocky Horror Show and Queen's 'I Want To Break Free' video.
"We were massively influenced by the emotive use of colour in Pipilotti Rist and Juno Calypso's work,"Leo explains.
'Buried' embodies the rich and sumptuous vocal range of one of the UK's most prestigious new talents, with Leo Law continuing to blur the lines between music, art, and emotion, thanks to his crisp tones and thought-provoking visuals.
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