Cole King's new video for "Let My Heart Break" is a captivatingly sad illustration of a love's end. In the Matthew Charof-directed visual, Cole and his muse unravel through shadows, dark rooms, and barren woods. The scenes are decidedly overcast — except for one, where his ex-lover lays still in a bathtub filled with colorful flower petals. It's reminiscent of the bright romance that once bloomed between them.
"'Let My Heart Break' is the song that best represents the "melancholy" on the album. I actually started the song as a cover of 'Take Off Your Cool' by Andre 3000 and Norah Jones," King told The FADER via email. "After I layered the harmonies and freestyled the repeated phrase in the song, I decided to make something original.”