Get familiar with NYC-based up-and-coming artist Quiet Luke who’s on a quest to help people find their happy place —
and stay there. On the heels of his recently released “I Wanna Go” single that’s been on rotation, the artist is now sharing with fans his own happy place in this new visual interpretation for “I Wanna Go.” The song and Santangelo Williams-directed video were said to be inspired by late 80s, early 90s clever-and-charismatic troublemakers like Ferris Bueller and Macaulay Culkin in hopes of fusing this nostalgia with the manic state of today’s world.
Meanwhile, the clothes worn in the video, which can be seen below, apart of his “YHP” clothing line launched by Quiet Luke and Santangelo in conjunction with the release of his upcoming Your Happy Place EP.
Outside the music, Quiet Luke was also taking back from the social-political affairs that were taken place in America in the fall of 2016 from afar. Hence why “YHP” (short for Your Happy Place) was the first song from this time period and it became a place of solitude and escape for Luke – both literally and figuratively.
Press play to watch Luke in action above and stay tuned.