YORKE’s debut ‘First Light’ cops a beautifully retrospective new clip

Byron Bay’s Grace Hughes has ‘graced’ us with yet another peek into this particular project with an aesthetic new clip to accompany her soaring debut, ‘First Light’. She co-wrote this one with Chris Collins of Tigertown, and worked with Jaen Collective for the clip.

The collective are responsible for a bunch of our favourite clips including Clypso‘s trippy ‘Pop Roll Flow’ video, Kota Banks‘ moody ‘Fiorentina’ clip and Paces‘ hilariously aesthetic ‘Call The 5.0’ visuals.

Bringing something entirely different yet again to YORKE‘s clip, the collective are showing a different side to their usually quite digital take on these modern tracks.

Incorporating grainy hand-held cam-corder footage with some complimentary washed out low angle digital shots, this clip’s a retrospective take on a pop favourite of ours. The aesthetic is totally complimentary to the tone set by YORKE on the track, and it’s a match made in heaven really.

She’s given us a few lil sneaky BTS videos where she chats with one of our PS fam MAX LEWIS about the track and how the clip came to be. Sus those below!

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Words by CAITLIN MEDCALF

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SEE ALSO

YORKE SHINES ON HER DEBUT ‘FIRST LIGHT’
KLLO RETURN EXPLORING THEIR FULL ‘POTENTIAL’
KLLO’S ‘DOWNFALL’ VIDEO BEAUTIFULLY BALANCES PROGRESSION AND NOSTALGIA

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