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Listenbee Shares Cinematic “Save Me” Video

A twist-ending clip for the plucky single.

January 28, 2015

You've heard Lokal Legend-signed producer/songwriter Listenbee and singer Naz Tokio's "Save Me," and now there's a cinematic clip for the song, directed by London collective Cry/Wolf, aka directors Anthony Bristol and Ben Coughlan. "As soon as we heard 'Save Me' we both immediately fell in love," the pair said in a statement. "Our original idea revolved around the Favelas of Brazil, with City of God being a big influence towards the creative. The more we developed the idea, the more we realized that Grenada could be a perfect backdrop for our story, its untouched landscapes and rich color palette just seemed like the perfect match. One of us is Grenadian, so that knowledge of the island and experiences growing up there became part of the script."

"I was inspired to create something different with the video for 'Save Me,'" LISTENBEE explained. "I wanted the video to feel more like a short film than a music video. The song has a lot of soul and emotion and I wanted the video to reflect and amplify that feeling. It was important to me that the video come from a place of authenticity. We shot the video in Grenada, where the director grew up, using a local cast and never before filmed locations."

Listenbee Shares Cinematic “Save Me” Video