Solange releases short film to accompany “When I Get Home” album

Solange explores Houston culture and history in “When I Get Home” short film

After recently releasing her new major album “When I Get Home“, Solange brings fans an accompanying film for the project of the same name.

Expressing her thanks for the widespread positive reviews and continual support, the staple R&B/Soul act dropped off a stunning 33-minute visual which unpacks the rich history of her hometown, Houston. Directed and edited by Solange, the film is officially explained as “an exploration of origin, asking the question how much of ourselves do we bring with us versus leave behind in our evolution?”.

Other contributors to the Texas-based short includes Alan Ferguson, Terence Nance, Jacolby Satterwhite and Ray Tintori, Autumn Knight and Robert Pruitt to name a few. See the full film over on Apple Music exclusively here or check out some clips via Solange below.



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Thank you to alll of uuuu! I’m coming up for air and overwhelmed with gratitude for all the love U sharing. Thank you for always giving me the space to expand and evolve and express. For constantly opening up my world, and allowing me to show you my own new ones. I express for survival, for breath. This shit gave me so much joy to make! I wasn’t afraid. My body wasn’t either, even at times of uncertainty. I love and appreciate u guys infinitely. You make me feel safe and held even in this big big strange world. I can’t thank you enough. It’s been hard to answer where home is, hard to know if it’s past or future…this album and film is one stream of thought and reflection into answering that. I thank you for your time and energy experiencing it with meee. So much love!

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