In the track, Remington Leith muses on toxic relationships. The verses see him tenderly expressing his regret that he couldn’t be better to his previous partner. During the chorus, Leith shatters this calm, frustrated that he might not have the opportunity to correct his mistakes.
The video shows Palaye Royale in a monastery in Prague. The lead singer’s penitence is palpable as he crouches just above the dust-licked chapel’s floor.
In a press release, Leith decoded some of the symbolism in the video.
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