Saint Sinclair Colorfully Flows In “Veterans” Video
This past March, local rapper Saint Sinclair released his self-titled debut album, Sinclair, a nine-track affair showing off his cagey rap style through hooks and bars that fluctuate wildly from song to song. Still riding the wave of that release, Sinclair recently put out an eye-catching music video for one of the standout songs from the albums, “Veterans,” a video that puts the focuses squarely on his wily sound.
Bouncy and colorful, the video (shot by Alex Debord) showcases Saint Sinclair, a member of the Three TV collective, in various settings throughout town. Park benches, storeroom lobbies, empty alleyways; all everyday settings for Richmonders, but each of these shots come with their own unique color scheme, allowing each frame to highlight the vibrant nature of Sinclair’s song. As he flows over slow marching piano chords and clacking percussion, the video darts around with him as he revs up and slows down to make his pointed declaration, one that’s only bolstered by the sharp visuals.
You can check out the video for “Veterans” below and make sure to follow Saint Sinclair on Instagram for more news and updates.