Directed by Emily Wilder, the video features no extra special effects. It consists entirely of photographs, so it took hours of Kolar moving one hair at a time to create. The singer says, "The scene with the photographs moving, we actually peeled each page and animated it like a flip book. To get sucked into the suitcase, I had to physically do a headstand in the suitcase and contort my body inch by inch so that it looked like I was going in!" The song itself, "Touch The Lightning," is inspired by Graham Hancock's book, Supernatural. "He argues that the use of psychedelics in a spiritual fashion can enhance your development as a human being," Kolar says. "The lyrics are about breaking from conformity and a disillusioned sense of reality to step into something that may seem dangerous but may be more fulfilling." Much like squeezing a 6 foot 2 body into a suitcase.

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