Brixton artist Santino Le Saint walks us through the withdrawal symptoms we experience after heartbreak in his new single “Feel Like Drugs.” The track breaths with a pulse of its own, going up and down as it channels the kind of emotional rollercoaster you experience after losing someone (or something) you were infatuated with before. The video depicts Santino in a hallucinatory state through vigorous visuals. Watch now:
“‘Feel Like Drugs’ is a true story about infatuation and love feeling like being drugged up, before experiencing withdrawal-like symptoms from losing something you once had. Me and Cloud X team filmed the visual with filmmaker Harry Lindley – it was inspired classic drug scenes from Trainspottingand Gaspar Noé’s Into The Void.”
Santino has been making buzz across the R&B scene last year with his EP Xeno. Having worked with renowned producers such as Sidney Swift (Beyonce, Future) and Blueysport (Khalid, Post Malone), Santino is no amateur. He is currently working on his new EP, so stay tuned for new drops.
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