Robinson yearns for something more in Balan Evans's poignant video for Watching You.
Focusing on the artist's unrequited love for one of her close friends, the visual features a montage of different clips from an adventure through the woods and country, intercut with a performance shot on 16mm.
For the narrative we step right into the shoes of Robinson, the footage captured as if it was the artist herself filming, building an intimate and personal perspective. The use of 8mm and 16mm film stock creates a wistful and nostalgic aesthetic, perfectly complementing the emotionally affecting track and lyrics.
The performances are strong throughout, with Robinson's heartbreaking solo setups stealing the show and anchoring the melancholic concept.
- ProduceD BY
Wherever You Are
You Shouldn't Have F***d With Me
Roses and Gold
1 2 Many
I Don't Wanna Know
The West is Dead
I Won't Give Up
Six Days In June
Live From The Petrol Station
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