Flying Lotus And Kendrick Lamar’s “Never Catch Me” Video Takes A Look At Youth And Death
It takes a pretty great video to match the artistry and complexity of a Flying Lotus song, especially one as great as his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. Hiro Murai succeeded in doing so, however. He directs the poignant and beautiful video that goes from somber mourning at two kids' funeral to a dance routine after the children miraculously rise.
The poignancy lies within the novelty — it's very possible those kids are ghosts. Note how no one in that church is like, "Holy shit! Those kids are alive," when they rise from the coffin. Joy is the overriding emotion of this video, though. Watch it above.