MUSIC VIDEO
MARCH 2, 2022
USA | 4 minutes | 2016

Directed by Liann Kaye
Featuring KAYE

Honey

Music video for KAYE’s “Honey” that is inspired by and shot in the style of Spike Jonze’s “Undone—The Sweater Song” video for Weezer. Right down to the dogs.

Director’s Statement

In the early-’90s Spike Jonze became the master of music videos. Weezer’s video for “Undone—The Sweater Song” may not be Jonze’s most flashy, but it’s simple execution—featuring a single shot on a steadicam filmed in big, blue room—would not only help push Weezer’s idiosyncratic songs to the mainstream, it’d inspire the multitude of single-take music videos to come. Singer Charlene Kaye—who also plays in San Fermin—decided to skew closer to homage than ever before in the video for “Honey,” which sees KAYE shooting a video that’s nearly identical to that of “Undone—The Sweater Song.”

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Credits

Director: Liann Kaye

More from Liann Kaye: Too Much

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