Vancouver native Harrison Brome has a hot track on his hands with "Body High;" since releasing five months ago the song has racked up 2.6 million plays (and counting) on Spotify. Now Harrison has unleashed the visual treatment for the smooth track which we are premiering here today on Complex.

The video is produced by Mad Ruk (noted for work on Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” Rihanna’s “Work,” and Future and The Weeknd's “Low Life” among others) and directed by Aaron A, who recently received three MTV Video Music Award nominations, including nods for Best Director and Video Of The Year for Alessia Cara’s “Scars To Your Beautiful.”  Aaron A. also worked on Cara’s videos for “Here” and “Wild Things,” in addition to DVBBS “Ur On My Mind” and Majid Jordan’s “Make It Work.”

Harrison Brome Body High Artwork Dead Dilly
Artwork by Dead Dilly

You'll probably recognize the three stars if you've spend any time on Instagram at all over the past few years: the ladies in the technicolour-treated shots are noted LA-based models Dajana Rads, Tavia Bonetti and Ganna Bogdan. The video encapsulates the dreamy vibe of Southern California during the dog days of summer, an appropriate visual translation of Harrison's longing vocals and lyrics.

Harrison will finish off what's been an already busy summer strong with two festival appearances, the first at North Coast Music Festival in Chicago on September 1, followed by Bumbershoot in Seattle on September 3.