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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