Over the past few weeks, Daniel Baron’s latest single ‘All I See’ has been climbing a variety of charts around the country. The single, which was released on the day South Africa went into lockdown, touches on the current turbulent state of the world before alluding to how love can heal all – a message that has been resonating well with audiences around the country. Now, the singer has teamed up with some familiar faces as he releases the official music video to the track.
“I wrote ‘All I See’ to be a beacon of light in these difficult times that we’re going through as a planet,” Daniel says. “It’s all about coming together as one big family and looking at the positives that we have – and that’s each other. So, I decided to ask some fans and friends to send in clips of them jamming to the song for the music video and it all came together so beautifully.”
Daniel adds “I want this song to be a symbol of hope, and perhaps something to ease the minds of those who hear it through these crazy and difficult times that our world is going through.” He continues saying “It’s about how, even in the midst of what feels like dooms-day, when I look into the eyes of my loved ones I am fuelled with hope for our lives and for the rest of the world. When love is present, the apocalyptic curtain falls and the world immediately feels like a heaven on earth.”
Some of the familiar faces in the video include Hugo Ludik, Arthur Baron (Daniel’s dad), Aston Wylie, Marc Lottering, Ross Learmonth, Mark Stent, Jason Greer, Toni Mngoma, Kyle Grant, Schalk Bezuidenhout, Chris Werge, Jeanique, Mmasea PeTje, Brent Lindeque and an appearance from Daniel’s new-born son Cruz.
‘All I See’ is the second single off Daniel’s upcoming fourth studio album ‘City Of God and The Jungle Below’ which is expected to be released later this year.
‘All I See’ is now available on all major digital music platforms HERE…