Kinder's Video For 'Come Along' (Feat. A.GIRL) Is A Love Letter To Ghana

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  • Kinder's Video For 'Come Along' (Feat. A.GIRL) Is A Love Letter To Ghana
    POSTED Dec 11 2020

    Kinder
    Kinder. Photo taken from Kinder's YouTube channel.

    Ghanaian-Australian singer/songwriter/producer sibling duo Kinder have just dropped the video for their collaboration with A.GIRL, Come Along, and it's a visual feast.

    The video, which was filmed in Sydney by Sondr Films and Ghana by director Dre, features a dance routine that'll get you moving, as well as colours that'll get your heart racing. 

    Come Along's biggest triumphs are the little details - the spinning bottles, the dancing on concrete and a shopkeeper who only wants the best for the world.

    The video also features the Gyil, a traditional Ghanaian instrument, and it's a great representation of Kinder's cultural background. Having their heritage represented in the clip allows fans to connect with them like never before. 

    Speaking about the track's video, the pair says, “It was awesome to able to connect with such creative and talented people in Ghana and here in Sydney. It was really special bringing the story together from two sides of the world.”

    They're also excited to share a new side of themselves with the track, saying, "We are really excited to share this part of our story with everyone. This song is very special to us as we explore things we never have before. We can't wait to be able to play this live and dance with everyone again."

    READ MORE: INTERVIEW: Kinder On How Embracing Their Heritage Opened Up A World Of Music Inspiration

    Check out the video for Come Along below. You'll feel the spirit of the song in every shot, and it'll get your body moving. The track is club music at its best, and the video captures the human energy that's present when people are dancing along to a great track.

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Submitted by ben.madden on Fri, 11/12/2020 - 09:01

Kinder
Kinder. Photo taken from Kinder's YouTube channel.

Ghanaian-Australian singer/songwriter/producer sibling duo Kinder have just dropped the video for their collaboration with A.GIRL, Come Along, and it's a visual feast.

The video, which was filmed in Sydney by Sondr Films and Ghana by director Dre, features a dance routine that'll get you moving, as well as colours that'll get your heart racing. 

Come Along's biggest triumphs are the little details - the spinning bottles, the dancing on concrete and a shopkeeper who only wants the best for the world.

The video also features the Gyil, a traditional Ghanaian instrument, and it's a great representation of Kinder's cultural background. Having their heritage represented in the clip allows fans to connect with them like never before. 

Speaking about the track's video, the pair says, “It was awesome to able to connect with such creative and talented people in Ghana and here in Sydney. It was really special bringing the story together from two sides of the world.”

They're also excited to share a new side of themselves with the track, saying, "We are really excited to share this part of our story with everyone. This song is very special to us as we explore things we never have before. We can't wait to be able to play this live and dance with everyone again."

READ MORE: INTERVIEW: Kinder On How Embracing Their Heritage Opened Up A World Of Music Inspiration

Check out the video for Come Along below. You'll feel the spirit of the song in every shot, and it'll get your body moving. The track is club music at its best, and the video captures the human energy that's present when people are dancing along to a great track.

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