Stevie Soul is back with his latest audiovisual project: "Up All Night", an RnB beatbox and guitar-driven performance piece. His second release builds upon the aesthetic established with his debut single, "Breathe", while also taking new risks and pushing his voice into a world of neon lights.
Teaming back up with musician Omar Aragones, producer Drew Michael and director David Tappan, the team decided to imbue the video with the theatricality of a live performance. Moody theatrical lighting shifts, long tracking shots, and an incredible view from a rooftop penthouse apartment in the historic Claridge House building near Capitol Park were all used to create a minimalistic, yet mysterious aesthetic. The video was designed as a complement to the track's conflicting emotions of anxiety, regret and gratitude.