K. Roosevelt has released a dynamic visual for his new song “So Long.”
The Sean Brown-directed clip, containing an odd yet fitting filter, captures Roosevelt taking a road trip to rid himself of a former lover. He drives away intently as the perspective switches from him to his lover, who is at home, hopelessly fidgeting with her phone.
“Our bedrooms frozen ice cold / We swore we’d never let go / But I feel your grip getting loose,” sings Roosevelt as the video pans the camera along an expansive highway.
“So Long” comes from Roosevelt’s self-titled EP, which was released in late-July. Two months after its release, the project has recently attained one million streams on Spotify.
“Thanks to everyone that’s listening, means the world,” said Roosevelt on Instagram.
Watch the vintage-styled video down below.
Words by Edward Dave
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