Kat Cunning's calling, and she or he needs you to choose up the cellphone.
The singer/actress/dancer, who at present seems on the HBO drama The Deuce, unveiled the video for "Stay on the Line" immediately (Oct. 16). It's a simmering, sensual ode to the once-illicit, now-nostalgic act of constructing love on the cellphone.
Inspired by the misplaced artwork of cellphone intercourse, the place breaths and sighs create a singular intimacy that may't fairly be matched by FaceTime, “Stay on the Line” is a tribute to the creativeness and to the sweeter facet of intercourse.
“Stay on the road/I simply need to hear you breathe,” the multi-talent intones in her husky voice. “Stay on the road/Until you come.”
The Brenna Perez-directed visible blends collectively “New Rules”-style friendship and intimacy with a heat, blissed out '70s reminiscence that matches the music’s personal sunny, sensual disposition.
There’s a well-known domesticity at play right here, as if Cunning needs us to be transported to the seaside home getaway of our goals. She prances round on her mattress, calling on a wonderful high-heeled shoe cellphone and taking part in dress-up. Cunning drips in honey within the kitchen, sharing a candy kiss together with her love curiosity, the visible artist Monica Hernandez, earlier than ending up on a beachside getaway together with her associates and lover.
Cunning tells Billboard that she needed to maintain the manufacturing of the video inside her discovered household. “I've an incredible crew of associates who occur to be good dancers and choreographers and I knew I needed to have them carry the music to life,” she says. “I additionally knew I needed to make a queer summer season love story, and after I met Monica I fell in love together with her visible artwork and knew I needed to collaborate. We shot it on one of many final summer season days and wrapped with a thin dip. I hope the video feels that means.”
Watch the swooning, summery video under: