Jack Garratt's 'Breathe Life' Video: Exclusive Premiere
"The story behind the video for 'Breathe Life' is best left to the imaginations of the people who watch it," says Garratt, whose debut album arrives in February.
Straight from opening for Mumford & Sons, Jack Garratt is now supporting MS MR and VERITE. The pop-electronic musician is proving to be quite the multitasker. Garratt is keeping his schedule busy with concerts, TV appearances and big announcements. And now, the British artist released a video for his new single "Breathe Life," exclusively on Billboard.
The video features Garratt submersed in a crystal-blue lake as nymph-like synchronized swimmers prance around him. The high-energy choreography combined with the mellow clarity of the water and Garratt's demeanor matches perfectly with the electronic-but-serene track.
"The story behind the video for 'Breathe Life' is best left to the imaginations of the people who watch it," Garratt tells Billboard. "A man is lost and gets found by something that he may or may not have wanted to find him."
Watch the video, directed by Andrew Donoho and shot in Los Angeles, below:
The video also comes with news that Garratt will release his debut album, Phase, on Feb. 19. He will also headline a show at London’s Brixton Academy, the first U.K. solo male artist to do so ahead of releasing an album. As if that weren't enough, the multi-instrumentalist and producer will also be performing "Worry" on Conan on Oct. 27.