Loui Lvndn (pronounced ‘London’) releases the music video for his Kill Her Killer single. The single is the first from Lvndn’s debut album Your Princess Is In Another Castle which out now through Gallo Record Company. 

Watch the music video for Kill Her Killer here: https://youtu.be/5B9ti3N-MvQ

 Loui Lvndn explains the theme behind the song itself saying “Kill Her Killer is about a guy realising that he has to get rid the part of himself that will inevitably hurt the girl who he finds himself falling in love with. The song begins by painting the guy as a heartbreaker, super bad, someone she should never love, and he is quite happy with that. Until he meets his match and without realising it falls in love. The heartbreaker in him is “Her Killer” and the song’s entire theme lies in the critical moment when he realises he has to “Kill Her Killer” in order for the new found love and happiness to stand any chance.”

With the song theme in mind, the video concept was created and production company, Pilot Films, delivered a visually powerful product.

Lvndn explains the video concept for Kill Her Killer, saying “The music video visualises the heartbreaker vs in-love theme of the song in a dramatic performance styled with an 80’s moodboard but with a contemporary grade. We open to see me holding my new found love hostage as police close in on the situation. The drama unfolds during my internal conflict between my cold-heartbreaker self and my new found love and dedication to the girl. The story ends to reveal that it was not in fact the girl who was being held hostage, but me, the cold-heartbreaker who has potential to hurt my new love, so “Her Killer” was held hostage the entire time. No police were ever there, just his startled love walking in to see the result of my internal struggle. I’m shown in her place on the chair, unconscious – killed by her killer, suggesting that when I wake up (in the next music video) I might be rid of the young reckless heartbreaker inside and be able to love her wholeheartedly.”

Kill Her Hiller is taken from Loui Lvndn’s debut album Your Princess Is In Another Castle – out now across all digital platforms: http://smarturl.it/LouiLvndnYPIIAC



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