In K.Flay's new music video for "High Enough," the singer plays an annoyed neighbor that can control people's actions through music. The storyline based music video came out this morning, and it was directed by Lorraine Nicolson. Check out K.Flay controlling her annoying neighbors via the video above.
In the "High Enough" music video, K.Flay lives in a trailer park. Her neighbors are a man and woman that loudly argue. She turns up her music to drown them out, but by doing that there's some strange consequences. Once her music is on, the neighbors suddenly stop arguing and begin dancing.
Once the music gets turned off, the arguing continues. K.Flay soon learns what the music does by turning it on and off. In the end, she turns the music back on and tries to socialize with the dancing couple. They are having none of it and yell at her to get out before they begin to dance again.
The song "High Enough" is on K.Flay's latest album, Every Where Is Some Where. It came out this past April and reached the top spot on U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.
A new video isn't the only thing K.Flay revealed this morning. It was also announced she's going to open up for Imagine Dragons on their fall 2017 tour. Also joining K.Flay and Imagine Dragons on the road this fall will be Grouplove.
She is also on tour this spring and summer. She'll mainly be performing at festivals, but the singer also has a few headlining dates planned. One of those concerts takes place June 14 in Richmond, Va. at The National. Tickets for that show are on sale now via AXS here.