We all know Kacy Hill the singer, songwriter, and model, but have you seen her swim? In her latest music video for "To Someone Else", she takes a dip in the pool for a captivating choreographed synchronized swim. Directed by Chuck Grant, the visual plays out perfectly with song as they both reveal a glamours, slow-burning '80s nostalgic dreamlike theme for three minutes.

Produced by Francis and The Lights, BJ Burton, and Jim-E Stack, "Someone Else" is Hill's first song since last years "Dinner", and serves as the debut single from her upcoming album. In early May, Hill announced that her next album is finished, so hopefully we'll be getting more sooner rather than later.

Watch Kacy Hill's "Someone Else" music video above.

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