Kiri T Has Released The Music Video To “Strangers”

It’s finally here! The music video to the awesome track, “Strangers“, by Kiri T, was released this week. The song is totally one of our favourites here at CelebMix, and we’ve been waiting for the visual to drop, ever since Kiri T teased us about it in our exclusive interview.

Hailing from Hong Kong, Kiri T has shown how professional she really is with the release of this song and music video. Taking an active role throughout the production and creation of the song, she goes on to become a co-director of this music video, fully embracing all sides of her music.

Directed by Endy Chow JauGwokYin and Kiri T, the music video relates to the song effortlessly. Throughout, there are brilliant translations of the lyrics, with a heightened interest in the lyric: “you rolled a joint”. The video really brings a new concept to the song and brings a perfect visual representation of the track.

Kiri T looks stunning throughout as she sings the song, and acts out towards the camera. There are some amazing shots, and every single scene has clearly been thought out with attention to detail. We adore the scene where she’s waving what looks to be a white scarf. The colours and the filters used are engaging throughout and she’s totally bringing butterfly hair accessories back into fashion.

Watch The Music Video To Kiri T’s “Strangers” Here:

Kiri T’s new single, “Strangers“, is available to download and stream right now. If you have the time, we highly suggest you read our article on the release of the song, as well as our exclusive interview with this incredible singer-songwriter.

What do you make of Kiri T’s music video to her recent single, “Strangers”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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