Aussie artist Tyde Levi hits our nostalgic pressure points with his new video “Sober” where he takes us back to an old relationship. And just like any addiction, there is self-destructive element to it that eventually drives you in quitting it. Despite the tinkling synths and dripping samples, there is a breeziness in “Sober” that is amplified by Tyde’s croons that rise and fray as he wrestles with his own emotions. Directed by Kai Neville, “Sober” gives us a glimpse of the highs and lows of a relationship:
“The car has always been my kind of getaway. When I’ve just been thinking about too much or I’m frustrated and not thinking straight, I get in, drive and blast music. I scream at the top of my lungs. Ever since writing music I’ve known I wanted to incorporate driving and singing into a video, and that’s what we did with ‘Sober.’” shared Tyde.
“Sober” is from Tyde’s upcoming self-titled EP, which will be out on December 7th.
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