While gearing up to release Set The Fire this summer, Kandle Osborne has shared a stunning video for her new track, “Misty Morning.”
The vulnerable new tune sees Kandle openly reflecting on finding love with captivating vocals and a sparse, yet powerful piano line. The accompanying Brandon William Fletcher-directed video is inspired by 40s noir, with intimate black-and-white shots of Kandle singing along to “Misty Morning.”
“‘Misty Morning’ is my first real love song, captured on a napkin while in Ischia, Italy when I was truly happy,” Kandle explains. “My songwriting usually comes from a place of turmoil and catharsis, but this was simply a snapshot of a perfect, vulnerable moment. In recording it, I wanted to hide behind lush orchestration, but my producer/best friend, Michael Rendall, had other ideas. He wanted to strip it down to just piano & a single vocal to take me out of my comfort zone and recapture the open-hearted feelings I had while writing it. The song and the recording both hold for me a time when I dropped my guard for pure authentic love in spite of all my flaws and failures. In that moment, I felt my true value as a whole person for the first time.”
Watch the video for “Misty Morning” below.
Lead photo courtesy of Tess Ananda.