Singer shares moments in ‘Mexico’

The video was shot on an iPhone 6 and directed by Remi and OJ designs.

Remi

About a week ago, singer and producer Remi released his second single this year titled ‘Mexico’.

To round up 2015, he has released a new video for this song.

The visuals feature home video clips of the alternative musician, his friends and his real-life girlfriend as the centre of this love story.

The viral video directed by Remi and OJ designs was shot on an iPhone 6 and edited with filmic pro and iMovie.

‘Mexico’ is the first single off the singer’s forthcoming EP, which is set to be released in 2016.

On the song Remi infuses his signature guitar sound alongside synthetic harmonies and fast paced vocals.

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