Natty gets personal in 'Things I've Done' video

Reggae | Tuesday 3rd July 2018 | Alex

‘Things I’ve Done’, written just before the birth of Natty's first child sees the reggae artist move into a confessional mode, as he reflects on his life in a moment of  significant change.

It explores the themes of exposure, shame, healing, growth and liberation, with stripped back visuals showcasing locations, including desolate wasteland, chosen to echo the explicit and implicit themes of the song.

The video is also interspersed with multiple scarves being unravelled to finally reveal Natty, representing the unpacking oneself of labels and identities.

Natty says: “Things I’ve Done is the most personal song and video I have ever chosen to release. It was written in a state of redemption just before my first child was born and the video was recorded by a close friend of mine. It’s fitting that this is the final release before we celebrate 10 years of music with a new album and tour.”

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