Premiere: Faze Miyake Drops Long-Awaited "Ice Cold" Video

Inga Copeland's frosty vocals finally get the visuals they deserve.

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Though most of the visuals from Faze Miyake's self-titled debut album emerged around or soon after its release last year, today we get a first look at his video for "Ice Cold". It seems Faze was just as keen us to have some visuals for what was obviously one of the biggest tracks on the album, as he told us via email: "This is probably my favourite track off my album and I always wanted to do a video to it, so I'm glad I got to do it in the end. Big up Inga Copeland on the vocals, too." The video sees Faze link up with rap's watch-brand-of-choice Hublot as he stalks through a futuristic ice structure. Everything about the track was steeped in coldness or, as director Ross Westland puts it, "very sparse and hazy. With Inga's reclusive vocals, the idea was to try and simulate this visually through the frozen environment and textures." It may have been a long time coming, but we think it was more than worth the wait.

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