Curtis Harding streams ‘The Drive’ video

There's a cameo from Weezer's Brian Bell.
Curtis Harding has debuted a new video for his track ‘The Drive’.

The track is taken from his debut album ‘Soul Power’, out now via ANTI- Records.

Directed and edited by Taylor Bonin, the video takes an 80s horror b-movie vibe. “The concept of the video, though fun, has a serious undertone,” Harding told Q. “Being that the song itself is about fear of long term commitment and a person trying to change you for better or worse, I thought a vampire theme was a great way to go. The car, whether people choose to realise it or not, is where we all share a lot of intimate moments with ourselves and others. The whole ideal of control, destination and the journey itself makes for the car ride to be a perfect metaphor.”

The clip also features a cameo from Weezer’s Brian Bell. You can check it out below.

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