Throughout the uplifting video, Henshaw grapples with the weight of going to the house of worship. Once he makes the decision to attend, he rides a cloud and shimmies down the road to make the service. There’s even a panel of him riding a comet to assist with his travel. The video is impressive because it demonstrates that artists don’t need to be mainstream to craft inventive visuals.
“This whole song came about from the struggles during my adolescence of having to get up and go church on a Sunday morning,” said Henshaw on the deeply personal track. “Like most teens, sometimes I found myself in a constant battle with sleep during the service, or I’ll find my mother giving me the look of reprimand whenever I’m trying to catch a couple minutes sleep.”
On May 16, Henshaw will play a headlining show at the Electric Brixton in London.
Check out the dynamic visual below.
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