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Christopher Dallman Drops Dreamy New Video for Seductive Summer Single So High

Milwaukee’s Christopher Dallman has teamed up with Director Joshua Pohja for a audio/visual vibe-fest with their new video for Dallman’s latest single So High. Shot on an iPhone over the course of two days in Milwaukee, So High marks the third video collaboration between Dallman and Pohja, following successful offerings for previous singles Time of My Life and No Sense in Regret.

Drenched in the oranges, yellows, and pinks of an August sunrise, the video showcases a different side of Dallman than we have previously seen. There’s a freedom to his performance here, an openness. He moves to the steady beat without self-consciousness. The smiles are genuine, the eyes sincere, and the vibe is at peace. This is a far cry from the dark visuals and moody, sad folk of Dallman’s previous notable videos for Ghosts (Dir. Kevin Thompson) and Toxic (Dir. Christie Strong)

So High, Dallman’s fourth single release from the upcoming album Digital Blue, boasts a soundscape that mixes equal parts Sade and Shuggie Otis with a tiny dash of George Michael to create a sexy summer jam about learning to follow your bliss.

DIGITAL BLUE comes out September 23rd, Dallman’s birthday.

Stream SO HIGH – https://songwhip.com/christopher-dallman/so-high
Watch the video for SO HIGH


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