Norwegian tropical house producer, Kygo has shared the video for the first single "Firestone" featuring the vocals of Australian vocalist Conrad Sewell from his still untitled album. Directed by Jon Jon Augustavo (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Nispey Hustle) and produced by Andrew Lerious (Nicki Minaj, Ne-Yo), the video follows a couple on their, at times, torturous attempt to find love in each other's arms.
The video starts with an attractive young lady bumping into a young man and grabs him for a quick kiss before running off through a maze of trap doors that open up into different scenes like parties, pools and the dry riverbed in Los Angeles. The young man goes mad that he appears to lose his love interest, but she shows up in his rugged warehouse loft before disappearing again. They reconnect at one of the seemingly infinite parties that Kygo is playing with a huge smile on his face. Bonus points for those of you who can find the quick Dillon Francis cameo. Watch the video below on Kygo's Vevo Channel.
Kygo is gearing up for a live performance at Ultra Music Festival at the end of the month. He recently previewed his live setup in a new video that is teased in this music video with a drum kit, keyboards and live triggering hardware and software.
He was tabbed by Ultra Music Festival to create an anthem for their festival. The track is simply titled "ID" because it doesn't officially have a name, but you can stream it on Spotify.