- 05 Nov 19
The music video for 'Fahrenheit' was shot on a mobile phone.
Having released their debut album Human last month, Kitt Philippa now shares the beautiful music video for their latest single 'Fahrenheit'. To capture the haunting atmosphere of the song, acclaimed Irish film director Hugh O'Conor only used the newly released Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Speaking at the launch of the video, Kitt Philippa said of the video process, "'Fahrenheit' is a personal track for me and I wanted a video to honour that. It's been an interesting experience getting to work so closely with Hugh and the extended team. They have collectively put so much time and attention into capturing a visual that reflects some of the ambiguous qualities within the track using only the Samsung Galaxy Note 10."
Check out the music video for 'Fahrenheit' below:
Kitt Philippa has said the process of putting together their debut album has been one steeped in a desire to capture the push and pull of what it means to be human in 2019. 'Fahrenheit' for example, with the weight of its lyrics and intensity of their delivery, addresses the difficulties of interaction.
In his 9/10 album review, Peter McGoran called Human "album of the year material", saying, "It seems to say everything about human emotion, mental health, identity and self-perception, in a stunningly direct lilt that will linger with people long after they hear it."