Alt-pop artist Brant shared a brand new video for his single “Where the Light Comes In” on Indie88 today.
Tyler Schwende, who goes under the moniker Brant, says the song was the result of a series of sleepless nights, for which he says was the basis for song thematically. The song was produced by Matt Vlahovich of Young Empires and mixed by Juno award winner Jay Dufour (July Talk, The Elwins, Coleman Hell).
“The video was shot on an exceptionally hot June day at a house in Etobicoke. Working with director Neil Huber and director of photography Adam Crosby was an unreal experience. Both understood and captured the feel of the song on screen which is really all you can ask for. Adam has worked on a bunch of the July Talk videos and his ability to draw out the personality of an artist made him the perfect fit to behind the camera for this video. The song depicts a young professional who is uncertain, frustrated and apathetic about the future. I wanted to get across a sense of brooding and heaviness amongst a suburban backdrop but that there’s still hope for the start of something better. We all have inner battles that make us feel numb but there is always a way out from the struggle. To not be afraid to ask for help.“
“Where The Lights Comes In” can be found on Brant’s most recent EP All In My Head. Listen and watch below: