Behind The Scenes

The Making of Little Lover

I am so god damn proud of what we created with the Little Lover music video. This was a labour of love for so many talented people, as you will see in this behind the scenes look. This is my very first solo music video, and represents a massive victory over the resistance that plagued me for most of my life. Now, my music is out there. Take that resistance!

4 Comments

    • Guau. This video clip has left me mute. His voice caresses you and spiders. The background piano almost marks your breath.

      The painting that is rubbed represents so well the need and desire to form that unique being with that other person. To allow oneself to be painted here means to let oneself melt, give permission to destruction, to feel in all its stimulating sense. Let yourself be invaded, poisoned and lost. (Do you know how suicidal that is?)

      The rain that appears and wets everything represents the total rapport, complicity and desire to have and to satisfy each other. Is there something that connects people more than water?

      The petals at the end of the dance represent the inevitable fact of breaking, destroying a flower and taking out all its juice until it is exhausted, dried and finally disintegrated.
      Death of love. Our most natural death as beings that are needed, demanded and satiated.

      Animal fear. Genetic survival.

      Sandra
      October 26, 2017
      • Such beautiful and thoughtful reflections Sandra. Thank you for taking the time to share how this made you feel. I love hearing this so much.

        B R O A D H U R S T
        October 29, 2017
    • I’m a fan of you from China,This is the first time I have left a comment on an English language website,I was so touched and it’s incredibly beautiful every time I heard it,This is the best music video I’ve ever seen,Although my English is not very good, I still hope to give you some support,I am looking forward to seeing more of your new works.

      Tom
      June 1, 2019
      • I am so grateful you are here Tom. Thank you so much!

        Nick Broadhurst
        June 17, 2019
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