The Kooks’ Luke Pritchard Explores Tokyo In ‘See Me Now’ Video
The Kooks have been known to produce some upbeat pop rock tunes. However, in their new video for 'See Me Now,' the band slows things down a bit and takes things to a more, shall we say, introspective place.
Directed by Charlie Paul, the video begins with the Kooks finishing up a gig at some venue in Tokyo. After greeting fans, frontman Luke Pritchard takes off, grabs some dinner and roams around the city. From playing a bit at a random bar to strolling across a bridge to see the city skyline, this video is definitely a 180-degree shift from their previous single, 'Bad Habit.'
'See Me Now,' which is produced by young hip-hop pioneer Inflo and Pritchard, is the latest from the Kook's new album, 'Listen.'
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