The "Locket" video is surprisingly stationary for a visual off of Kilo Kish's Across EP. The project was an old school paean to drifting and road-tripping across the country--in "Locket," though, Kish is locked down, trapped in a time-lapse sequence in a small, colorful, carefully decorated room, surrounded by young people politely nodding their heads in unison with the track. Lost in a private reverie and wearing a covetable powder blue shorts suit, Kish seems to have something to say about presentation and design, the deliberateness of a space, and, perhaps, the way new music is disseminated. Eventually, she moves out and back onto the road, free from the claustrophobic house and from the off camera direction of Philip T. Annand telling her how and where to walk. The song is undeniably catchy, with a down tempo vibiness and, now, poppy and enigmatic visuals to match.