Thursday, July 12, 2018

Lenny Kravitz streams alternate version of Low video

Lenny Kravitz is streaming an alternate version of his video for “Low”, the latest single from his forthcoming album, “Raise Vibration.”

Directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the clip – which follows the original version used last month – features Kravitz and a female rocker singing the track while playing drums.

“When [Mondino] heard ‘Low’ for the first time, he focused on the beat and kept listening to it over and over,” explains Kravitz. “The result was a black room, black drum set, and black clothing. It was all about the groove and the space. It turned into an interesting way to present a song, that has so much production, and portray the conversation taking place in the song.”

“Low” features an appearance by Michael Jackson that was recorded during sessions for the late pop icon’s 2001 album, “Invincible.”

Due September 7, “Raise Vibration” follows Kravitz’ pattern of playing most of the instruments himself alongside longtime guitarist Craig Ross.

The rocker is currently playing dates across on a European tour that runs to the end of July.

Lenny Kravitz
“Raise Vibration”

Release date: September 7

01. "We Can Get It All Together"
02. "Low"
03. "Who Really Are the Monsters?"
04. "Raise Vibration"
05. "Johnny Cash"
06. "Here to Love"
07. "It's Enough"
08. "5 More Days 'Til Summer"
09. "The Majesty of Love"
10. "Gold Dust"
11. "Ride"
12. "I'll Always Be Inside Your Soul"

See also:

Lenny Kravitz premieres Low video
Lenny Kravitz announces new album Raise Vibration
Lenny Kravitz: Greatest Hits to make vinyl debut
VIDEO: Lenny Kravitz premieres Strut from new live DVD
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