The clip begins with Dapperton getting right into a disagreement with someone earlier than the clip zooms into the interior reaches of Dapperton’s mind. There, he’s chained and overwhelmed up earlier than reconciling IRL. Dapperton says of the video, “This video was definitely a passion project. From the inception of this idea it’s taken us about a year to finally finish it. I’m so thankful for the team that worked with us on this and so thankful we were able to accomplish this idea during covid.”
In a current interview with Uproxx, Dapperton additionally mentioned of “First Aid,” “It’s about these deeper and darker thoughts I’d neglected to be a strong person — but in reality, being a strong person is about confronting those feelings. When I’m feeling depressed and lost in the world, there’s not many things that help me. Therapy doesn’t help me very much. But putting it into the music is very therapeutic for me.”
Dapperton additionally hosted a livestream main as much as the video’s premiere, throughout which he chatted with followers and performed a pair songs.
Watch the “First Aid” video above and browse our interview with Dapperton right here.
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