KLP’s New Video “Never Be The Same” Looks Like A Dream You Had In The 90s

Shot with Hi8 camcorder.

Photo: Courtesy of SUM Management

When you first watch KLP’s “Never Be The Same,” you may be wondering if this video was shot around the time you were born (fuck, you’re old). But it wasn’t. It was shot somewhere in LA early morning by KLP and her brother Andrew James Peters using an old Hi8 camcorder. The vintage blurry cinematography adds a touch of abstraction to the visuals, making “Never Be The Same” look like a dream from the 90s. Watch below:


In regards to the track, KLP shared ,”All it takes is one moment, one slip of trust, one crack in the connection, and from then on everything has changed, it will never be the same.”

KLP has already accumulated 1.38 million Spotify streams with her last year’s single “Ember.” She has also co-written with other worldwide artists including Skrillex, Wat So Not, and REMI. As of now, she has a show date coming up:

2/24 – Goods Shed (Hobart, TAS, Australia)