Carnal Desires Meet Art & Nature In The King’s Parade’s “Haze”

Love told in choreography.

Photo: The King’s Parade – Haze YouTube

London quartet, The King’s Parade, takes an Emersonian approach in portraying the blooming romance between two people in their new video “Haze.” And by Emersonian we mean going back to nature – no WiFi, no swiping, no live streaming. We see dancers translate their desires into choreography as we enjoy the stark cords pulling our heartstrings. Stream below:

“‘Haze’ describes the feeling of helplessness when you fall hard for someone. You’re drawn in and you indulge yourself in the moment. You surrender to that feeling and see where it takes you. In all of our music videos we try to tell a story to give the viewer another insight into the song. Dance and music are so intertwined and after the amazing response we got from the ‘Silhouette’ video, we wanted to try something even more complex and visually striking. At the end of the shoot, we knew we had something special.”

Taken from their new EP Haze, The King’s Parade have already gained raving shoutouts from radios and press. To celebrate the new EP, they will be performing a headline show in London. So go see them:

5/11 – Oslo (London, UK)


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