Vancouver, BC-based singer-songwriter, Kele Fleming has unveiled a video for her brand new single, “Sea In Me”. This is the fourth single from her upcoming album, The Song I’ll Write For My Whole Life, which is set for release on October 2, 2020.
Kele wrote ’Sea In Me’ after visiting the Giant Pacific Octopus at the Vancouver Aquarium and feeling sad for the octopus, isolated on its own in a small aquarium. The song is full of longing and love and mystery and the importance of connection, which all comes shining through in the music video.
The video was filmed by Vancouver videographer R.d. Cane at Spanish Banks during the pandemic, and the absence of Kele in the video (except for a brief cameo at the beginning and end) is intentional. R.d. thought it was important to focus the video on the beauty of the place and the sea and how the meaning of the song is connected to the sea.
“A lot of people are hurting right now and they don’t need to see an artist dancing around to her own music,” says Kele. “Give them the beauty of this place and something to take their minds off of everything. Give them something beautiful to look at while they’re taking in the lush complexity of the song.”
Check out the video for “Sea In Me” below and stay up to date with Kele via her socials.
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