Here's what the director of the video said about it. (I love these artist explanations of their work - especially those accompanying paintings in art galleries).
The accompanying video was written and directed by Rianne White who, as well as directing the recent Angry Cyclist video, is renowned for her work with the likes of Young Fathers (‘Lord’ video). It acts as a sequel to the Angry Cyclist video, offering a new visual perspective of humanity. Contrasting from the high intensity movement and environment, Rianne wanted to focus on the freedom of unplugging and looking up and outward. It includes a subtle continuity of established faces found in Angry Cyclist within the Streets of Edinburgh. Conceptually the video explores experiencing the space and rhythm laced around the seven hills that Edinburgh sits on. Working with each hill as a centre point, the video navigates neighbourhoods influenced by reflection and distinctive architecture. In short, it’s a love letter to Edinburgh.