It’s visual and choreographed aesthetic is a throwback to old pop/r&b music videos that used to actually get played on MTV in the 80s on one hand, while maintaining it’s very own contemporary visual & choreographed style on the other. These would include a ramped up theme of homo eroticism, a David Lynch-esque conclusion and a very interesting detour I’ve never seen any other previous music video take before. The track itself echoes the same haunting dichotomy present in the visuals… and it’s pretty catchy too. Well done.
Even I have to admit this latest SSION music video is nothing short of a masterpiece. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNuRErzUoHk