All I ever wanted, VIDEO/SINGLE: THE KNOW – Hold Me Like You Know Me [Jennifer Farmer, director]

The Know – Hold Me Like You Know Me is available at Bandcamp.

Hold Me Like You Know Me

by Walter Price

Isolation can be the loneliest predicament. And hyper-awareness can often be at its most anxious in a room full of others. Sentiments communicated in the new video for The Know’s most recent slow-burn single, “Hold Me Like You Know Me”. Feelings expressed through a stunning interpretive dance sequence performed by star-on-the-rise Lexee Smith. It’s almost uneasy to watch her movements going unseen by oblivious peers. Heartbreaking realities felt by a growing number of humans as this world of ours becomes ever more disengaged and unbalanced. For instance, as much as social media is connecting us, it’s also broadening the gaps between us.


The outer world is a reflection of the inner world. Other people’s perception of you is a reflection of them; your response to them is an awareness of you.” – Roy T. Bennett


Watch the absorbing film, directed by The Know’s Jennifer Farmer, below.

Hold Me Like You Know Me

The Know is Daniel Knowles and Jennifer Farmer

Hold Me Like You Know Me written by The Know
Produced, Mixed, & Mastered by Dan Knowles

Director: Jennifer Farmer
DP: Joe Rubinstein
Producer: Vlad Ionescu
First AD: David Haverty
Second AD: Kristyn Tolhurst
Camera Asst: Josh Frackleton
Edited by Jennifer Farmer & Joe Rubinstein.

Starring: Lexee Smith
Cast: Zhani Land, Raul Celaya, Dakota Wilson, Imani Wright, Hillary Holmes, Brandon James, Nika Kravitz, Jason Thompson, Jere Brouse, Phoebe Phaigh, Jaji, Chris Champol, Mars Arayza, Riqashan Curre, Bre Ulrich, Rachel Hill, Billy Cruz.

Band photo by Joe Rubinstein

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Wanting to be seen, felt, loved and adored. Although it’s written from a romantic perspective, I think this feeling is also true of friendships, family, etc. Especially in this modern-day and age, where everyone is so detached and in their own worlds, it’s hard to feel connected on any kind of genuine level.” – J. Farmer

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