Wayne Snow’s Video For “FALL” Is A Home Movie Of Life In Berlin

Get familiar with the R&B experimenter before his debut album is released.

February 24, 2017

"FALL" by Berlin-based artist Wayne Snow is an instantly intoxicating blend of lo-fi house and kaleidoscopic soul produced by Max Graef. The track's music video, premiering today on The FADER, is an 8mm home movie directed by Antonio Pedro and Megan Courtis, depicting Snow's life in the city with a few impressionistic shower scenes for an added touch of mystery.


"'FALL' is about my unstable love life and how I almost got lost when first moving to Berlin," Snow told The FADER over email. "I had never experienced this level of freedom before and spent the first few years exploring all things on offer burning the candle at both ends. Berlin is a city of never-ending nights full of temptation but it can also be a cynical cold place to live that is until you learn how to navigate it. Many get lost for while."

Wayne Soul's debut album Freedom TV is out March 23 on Tartelet Records. Preorder it here.

Thumbnail photo by Antonio Pedro/Tope

Wayne Snow’s Video For “FALL” Is A Home Movie Of Life In Berlin