UK trio Little Grace captures the heavy-hearted emotions that comes in the breakup territory in their new video “Higher Ground.” Directed by Jay Bannister, the video features choreographers who capture the pain through gorgeous yet intense motions. While the production is comprised of slow uncoiling smokiness, “Higher Ground” has a heavy density to it where you can feel the psychological weight of ending a relationship. Watch below:
“We believe that everyone can relate to this concept when going through the motions of a break-up. This song is specifically about knowing when to draw a line and being able to walk away, hoping that the person on the other side may be able to understand your perspective in due time.” explained Little Grace.
Based in North West England, Little Grace started songsculpting while the three were studying music in college and has worked with other artists such as TC and Robin Schulz. “Higher Ground” is out now in all streaming platforms.
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