HEIGHTS - Let Me Show You | Music Video - Conversations About Her

HEIGHTS – Let Me Show You | Music Video

Conversations About Her

HEIGHTS – Let Me Show You | Music Video

 

HEIGHTS, a rising singer-songwriter and producer from Brighton, has released her debut single, “Let Me Show You”. The subtle love song lands alongside a scenic music video to match.

 

As member of the Macaq collective, HEIGHTS in no stranger to Brighton’s live music landscape. Now, she is launching her solo career with “Let Me Show You”, the first track taken from her upcoming debut EP.

 

The vulnerable self-produced ballad is about trying to prolong an intimate moment with a soon-to-be lover. In spite of its stripped-back production, the “Let Me Show You” exposes the variety of the singer’s influences ranging from pop and electronic music to indie and R&B.

 

“’Let Me Show You’ reflects falling in love and noticing the emotions that come along with it, before you even know how to put it in words”, the artist says. The tune is illustrated by a suitably delicate music video helmed by Henry Croston (Lord Apex, Plested). The clip shows HEIGHTS take a solitary stroll down the Brighton beaches and muse on the future of her relationship.

 

Inspired by the likes of NAO, Nujabes and Alt-J, HEIGHTS is set to share her first EP as a solo artist soon. For her upcoming release, the vocalist has teamed up with such co-producers as Grammy Award winning Eddie Serafica, Nickolas Hahn (AJ Tracey, Crystal Fighters) and Dan Smith (Kara Marni, Noisettes).

 

Watch the music video for “Let Me Show You” here:

 

 

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