Tayá teams up with art collective Last Night in Paris for visuals for Deeper

Tayá winds back the minutes on her relationship in new video.

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Having already worked worked with the likes of producers Starsmith, Diztortion and Snakehips, Liverpudlian songstress Tayá seems to be making all the right connections, despite being just 18. Now she enlists the help of London-based art collective Last Night in Paris for the video for her standout slow-jam ‘Deeper’ which has already got close to a million streams of Spotify.

Channelling the same vein as her music, Tayá’s previous videos have been somewhat  mysterious, but in ‘Deeper’ she properly comes into her own, playing one half of a troubled couple on the verge of a breakdown. The visuals carry Last Night in Paris’ signature style, flitting between digital and home movie style clips, adding to the intimacy of the track. Watch the video here:

Talking about the video she says;

“I’ve been a fan of Last Night In Paris for ages, ever since they dropped their video for ‘Pure’. I love their gritty VHS style of filming. I’d been working with Diztortion on a few tracks, and it turned out he was working on their upcoming single, so I asked to be introduced! It was amazing working with Jordan, and I knew he’d be great at capturing the essence of the song I’d wanted to put across with the lyrics. He totally got it!”

‘Deeper’ is out now and available to download here
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