Physics don’t apply in Pixx’s video for new single, “Grip”


While it has been a few years since most of us here took any sort of physics class, we’re pretty sure that, generally speaking, people can’t float. English pop singer Pixx (real name Hannah Rodgers) clearly did not get that memo. Earlier today she released the video for her new song, “Grip,” and physics take a back seat.

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The visuals find Pixx in an old apartment, but things aren’t that simple; the singer defies gravity in a variety of rooms, with a ton of perspective changes and angles that fit the surreal and bouncy nature of the song itself. Director James Slater, cinematographer Nick Eriksson, and focus puller Julian Sharma are just a few of the names that did incredible work with Pixx to pull this video together.

Watch the breathtaking video for “Grip” below. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for more from Pixx, currently signed to 4AD. At just 19, she’s poised to take a big leap and “Grip” is only the beginning.