Swedish artist Efraim Leo lets us experience the symptoms of breakup while exploring the nocturnal life of London in new video “You Got Me Wrong” ft. Juliette Claire. Capturing the urban spirit and booming architecture of London, “You Got Me Wrong” depicts the soul-searching mode we get in after ending a relationship. Watch below:
“This video is a good representation of the feeling you have after a relationship that ended on bad terms. Just walking around the city at night with no hopes, reminiscing over past times, and regretting the things you could have done differently” explained Efraim.
Efraim picked up the guitar at the age of 13 and soon started writing his own songs. “You Got Me Wrong” has already accumulated more than 389k global streams and is a taste of what Efraim has in store for us in 2019.
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