British DJ and producer, Wilkinson, releases the official video for his recent single which features Hayla, I Need.
The official video features British actor Thomas Turgoose who is best known for his role in This Is England. With support from BBC Radio 1 on the track, there was no better time for the revealing of the music video.
Shot in the setting of a lift, the video shows the central character, Thomas, observing all kinds of people in the building, on a daily basis. From people dancing in the lift to laying football and even spray-painting the insides of the life, the video seems to display the various facets of life in one pack! Thomas eventually meets a warm person on the lift, who he falls in love with. Creative, simple and meaningful, the video surely wins over you.
After an amazing 2018, which included the sold-out show at Brixton Academy, a summer residency at Amnesia’s Together series of events, and numerous festival performances like Creamfields, Hideout, SW4 and Reading & Leeds Festival.
Wilkinson is truly on the rise, with amazing anthems taking the scene by storm and sold-out live shows. Along with the music like Afterglow, Sweet Lies and Dirty Love, the artist is well known for his reworks for artists like Ed Sheeran, The Prodigy, Becky Hill, Wretch 32 and Rag N Bone Man. I Need, came post the release of his single Take It Up and the hit albums Hynoptic and Lazers Not Included.
With many more remixes lined up for the likes of Icarus and Metrik, the producer will be setting out on a tour starting November 10th which includes four dates in New Zealand.
Having been one of the most exciting electronic acts from the UK, the artist is sure to see many more years of glory in the near future!
Download the track here.
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