Cold

Platinum-selling British band Editors today unveil the video for 'Cold', the 4th single taken from their 6th studio album Violence, released in March via Play It Again Sam. The moving video, directed by celebrated artist Rahi Rezvani, was shot in Iceland and stars US ballet dancer Drew Jacoby. It's dramatic, yet stark style perfectly compliments one of Violence' stand out moments.
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Cold
A perfect example of Violence's brutal sound, 'Cold' is a desolate, yet beautiful cry of longing and this is reflected in the video, fittingly filmed in the barren beauty of Iceland. Vocalist Tom Smith describes the track as "the comfort and connection still found in a dying relationship. A break up song of two people not wanting to give up on the relationship" and director Rahi Rezvani portrays this poignantly, using ballet dancer Drew Jacoby's gracefulness and Smith's trademark operatic spasms to portray two different sides of a couple that are both together and yet painfully apart.

Title
Cold

Concept and Direction
Rahi Rezvani

Music
Editors

Singer
Tom Smith

Choreographer
Drew Jacoby

Dancer
Drew Jacoby

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