KITO RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “ALONE WITH YOU” FEATURING ALUNAGEORGE

INCLUDES QUARANTINE CAMEOS FROM KITO, ALUNAGEORGE, DONNA MISSAL, CXLOE, JILLIONAIRE, LAO RA & L DEVINE

After surpassing 3.5 million global streams on the track so far, Australian-bred, now LA-based producer Kito shares the music video for her new single “Alone With You” featuring AlunaGeorge.

Kito and her housemate, Rose Chirillo (who co-directed Kito’s last music video for ‘Wild Girl”), came up with the concept for this video as a way to show people that even though we’re all physically separated under current circumstances, that we’re alone *with* each other and dealing with these very unconventional times together. Check out what Flaunt already has to say about the video HERE.

The visual reflects the upbeat and undeniable energy of the song. It opens with AlunaGeorge enjoying a freshly lit joint in the bathtub before intercutting quarantine cameos from a cast of ZOOM’ED-in friends & notable musicians, including Donna Missal, Cxloe, Jillionaire, Lao Ra, and L Devine. Of course, Kito also makes an appearance as she dances in a self-made bedroom rave! The energy of the cameos match Kito’s distinct production as Aluna’s vocals shine on the hook, “I can’t be alone with you. When I’m alone with you, there’s no telling what we’ll do.”

unnamed (6)The video arrives on the heels of Kito’s recent collaboration with FLETCHER entitled “Bitter.” In addition to tallying over 2.3 million streams within the first week of release, it attracted fervent praise right from the jump. E! touted it on The MixtapE! and wrote, “The rising pop star links up with the Australian producer for this perfectly pretty breakup anthem. It’s a bop.” Ones To Watch observed, “Cheating, lingering feelings of pain, and instantly infectious sonics make up the newfound duo’s meditation on the relationship that brought to life one of 2019’s hottest songs and rapidly rising artists.”

Kito made her Astralwerks debut via 2019’s “Wild Girl” with Empress Of. Climbing on US Dance Radio, it gathered 13 million global streams and incited widespread critical acclaim from PAPER Magazine, Pitchfork, FADER, NPR, Refinery29, Stereogum, E! News, Vulture, Brooklyn Vegan, Triple J, Beats 1, and more.

For now, spend some time “alone” with Kito.

 

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