syd hartha collaborates with kiyo on a new late night vibes song inspired by a complicated situation and catching feelings. “3:15 is about how someone feels wrong but feels so good at the same time,” explains the Sony Music artist. “I always try to convince myself that someone or something won’t always be good to me, but for some reason, I end up giving in. The folk-pop artist adds, “It was supposed to just be temporary, until I realized that the title shares a connection with the lyrics: that specific time can also symbolize trying to make the most out of the dark.”
kiyo delivers a smooth feature that complements the track’s honest depiction of fallibility and matches the overall late night aesthetic of the song. We would love to see another collab between both of the hitmakers!
The song release comes with an accompanying music video that thematically revolves around basking in the comforts of a safe space directed by Raliug of Lunchbox Productions, with a concept by Pau Tiu. Watch the 3:15 music video below!