“Do you know where I’ve been? Did you wonder where I went? I’ve been asleep for the last year. Skipping on life, saved a ton on the rent. Checking in to the nightmare. A key card for my descent. I stayed down on the bottom floor. Stuck in four walls that I wouldn’t recommend.” – lyrics
The Monica G. Carter-directed video finds Kyan standing inside a decorated vessel, which slowly drifts on waters in Xochimilco, Mexico City. The foggy waterscape enchants visually and reveals a mountain and evergreen trees. Also, the boat ride represents the voyage Kyan has gone through in life.
“Like Summer was me finally waking up from what felt like a two-year sleep. So it’s a very special song for me. It feels good to be able to tell my truth while also being able to show other people that even from that dark place there can always be a way out.” – Kyan
The Samantha André-directed video finds the artist traveling in the desert. His vehicle wheels are stuck in the mud, and he tries his best to dig them out but is unsuccessful in his attempts. He leaves the area, in search of someone who can help but his voyage leads him to many miles to nowhere.