Get ready to get up. Emerging visionary Terrell Hines has released the video for “Get Up,” a track from debut EP St. Mark Rd. via Capitol Records.
Shot in Quebec at an abandoned Asbestos Mine and directed by Mishka Kornai, “Get Up” is a conceptual piece that alludes to governmental and cultural control through leashes tied around the necks of everyone in the video. Hines’ message is ultimately to break away from these possessions and learn to think freely.
“E’rybody, e’rybody, e’rybody runnin’ / Smile to your face but they all want somethin’ / Comin’ to your door, ’bout to take my money / Fuck the government ’cause they never gonna love me / Get up,” Hines chants in the song’s hook.
The Georgia-native released St. Mark Rd. back in October through Capitol Records.
Watch the visual for “Get Up” by Terrel Hines above.