Elephante releases his most personal piece to date—experience ‘High Water’

A vocal-led release that listeners have come to know as “High Water” emerges as one of Elephante‘s most personal pieces to date. Produced and written by the artist during the COVID-19 lockdowns, “High Water” and its accompanying music video confront the musician’s “experience in [his] younger years withdrawing from opioids,” he said. Elephante, born Tim Wu, elaborated, This stylistic shift is indicative of what fans can expect from his newly announced sophomore album, which is set to be released later this summer. In the official music video for “High Water,” Wu replicates a slow, drug-induced haze by filming the entire visual underwater. The artist did all of the underwater scenes without special effects, nose plugs, or oxygen tanks. After filming for 12 hours in a pool, Wu was sick for three days after the shoot. “High Water” is out now; the video is available on 88rising‘s YouTube channel. Featured Image: Alex LopesTags: , ,
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