Elijah Blake Delivers Dynamic Visual For “Forget You” & “Voices In My Head”

Singer/Songwriter Elijah Blake takes a spontaneous trip to Japan and captures the most scenic visual ever. Birthed from his 2016 project Blueberry Vapors, the video was formed in representation of his hit songs “Forget You” and “Voices In My Head.”

Directed by Sean Alexander, both Elijah and Sean decided to jump on a plane and take advantage of the fascinating Japan culture and what it had to offer. No crew, no plans, but eventually forming a great concept.

Elijah tells FADER:

“One day my director Sean Alexander and I were sitting back thinking how crazy would it be to just hop on a plane with no crew, no plan, no restrictions, and be forced to pull from whatever culture we stumble upon. Three days later, we were headed to Japan with just his camera. Neither one of us spoke a lick of Japanese, but we came up with this piece with the help of some friends we made along the way. I’m very proud of it.”

Check it out above.

Check out the ‘Blueberry Vapors’ project HERE.

By Gabriel Williams (@Gabriel_Will1)

Named as one of NY's top socialites, Gabriel Williams has definitely made a name for himself in today's entertainment industry. Running one of the most respected blogs on the web, featured in several blogs, magazines and on television networks, have interviewed some today's hottest talent, to consulting/branding/styling/creative direction for some of the best acts and brands in the business; and also offering his specialty in music, whether it's providing background vocals or songwriting - Gabriel knows his place in the rapture of all-things-entertainment, and he plays it very well. Praised to be a "mogul in the making", Gabriel is just that "IT" candidate for "All Things Fly"! He is what "Stuff Fly People Like"!

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