Kelvyn Colt continues his visual hot streak with the latest visual taken from last year's debut EP LH914. After sharing a hypnotic clip for the song "Moon," he has now unleashed a video for the track "Bury Me Alive." Watch it below.

Kelvyn Colt has had a remarkable journey to music - one that began after he decided to leave university, midway through a course in fact. With hardly any money or resources, he took a leap of faith to London to kickstart his career, traveling from his native Germany on flight LH914, giving name to his debut project. "Taking that flight was probably the best decision I’ve made in my life,” he told us last year.

Revisit the "Moon" video here, and listen to the full LH914 EP via Apple Music or below via Spotify.

For more of our premieres, take a look at the video for London Richards' stunning "In the Hills Likely" here.

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