Kilto Take - who take influence from early-U2 and The Cure - have released the video for their first single off of their upcoming debut album 'Resolute', released November 25 via Medical Records.
The 'MIMIC' music video is directed by motion graphics designer Digiboy and explores the inner workings of a fragmented and fragile heart that's both driven but damaged by the animalistic beat of dissolute culture.
Imagery throughout does well to capture the dark underlying themes throughout the track, as complex layers are formed and help to pace and lead viewers through stunning soundscapes.
Lead singer Jonathan Crosby explains, “It focuses on the pastimes of a hedonist ‘mimicking a life’ of empty, throwaway, lust-fuelled pursuits, becoming just another lost soul of 'dissolute culture'…giving it away all to easily."
Having already supported musicians such as LOOM and The Chapman Family, this three-piece powerhouse are now determined to mark their impact on the industry.
Debut album 'Resolute' was produced by Ru Cook, with art direction from Jonathan Cooke and campaign photography from Phil Sharp.