In a split screen with Kali’s signature muted color palette, anthropomorphic sunflowers surround the crooner, while butterflies swarm Tyler (yes, real butterflies). Towards the end, the shot reveals that Austin Feinstein of the the band Slow Hollows has been in Tyler’s shot the whole time, playing guitar and singing the chorus. On the surface, the whole video exudes romance, but somehow it ends up looking more than a little uncomfortable.
The video was directed by Tyler himself, under the moniker Wolf Haley. It’s a simple idea carried with minimalism and brimming with symbolism. We’re always happy to see Kali light up the screen, especially since the Cherry Bomb track is such a success for her. Watch the clip above.