Emerging singer-songwriter from Brighton (UK), Perry Ripley shares his single “Cocaine Love”, which is available on all streaming platforms.
Perry says ”Cocaine Love” is about the struggles of addiction and how similar it is to love and the video is a metaphorical symbolisation of how people over sexualise and fantasize about the use of drugs and that lifestyle.
In regard to the official music video of the track “Cocaine Love”, he said: “I wanted to show the struggles of addiction and how similar it is to love. The video is a metaphorical symbolization of how people over-sexualized and fantasizes about the use of drugs and that lifestyle. I wanted to portray the seemingly innocent lifestyle and how quickly it can turn into something unexpected and life-changing.
He continues: “I have always had the mindset that all music and music videos are Individually interpretive and people can take away whatever they want from them. For me personally, though, it’s about getting caught up in that all-consuming love story that envelops you. It’s about how love and drugs can go hand in hand and how the feeling can be all together similar if not the same. I have used the word “Cocaine” for the symbolization of love and the feelings of love and heartbreak”.
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