3 Heath Brothers Release “Into the Deep” Music Video, Win at Film Festival
August 15, 2022
In July, the 3 Heath Brothers released Into the Deep, their second album on Horizon Records, which puts an emphasis on bold, fresh sounds, new songs and lyrics that offer the eternal Gospel of hope, encouragement, worship and faith in contemporary language.
Now, the trio has released a music video for the title track and recently won awards at this year’s Christian Worldview Film Festival for other video projects. To watch the video, please click the “play” button above.
Filmed in Puerto Rico, the “Into the Deep” music video captures the song’s lyrics, “I’m diving in, into the water / I’m swimming out, farther and farther / Where Jesus is calling me into the deep / Now I’m going in with Jesus / I’m going in all the way” as the Brothers dive off a cliff into the ocean.
Nicholas Heath says he and his brothers, twins Clayton and Christian, have been dreaming about making a music video like this for years.
“Puerto Rico is the most beautiful place we’ve ever been and it was perfect for this video. A lot of people think that the underwater shots were photoshopped but if only they knew the hours we filmed underwater. It was the most challenging thing we’ve ever done,” says Nicholas. “It was hours of swimming down to get the right shot, focusing on making the right facial expressions, lip syncing with the music from an underwater speaker, swimming back up for air at the last possible second…and then swimming back down to do it again. The most terrifying part was jumping off a 50-foot cliff into the ocean.”
In the same week, the trio took home honors from the Christian Worldview Film Festival for previously released videos. They won Best Music Video and Best Young Filmmakers awards for the video for “Dream Small” from their album Who We Are; and the video they created for the Kingdom Heirs’ “A Good Day Coming On,” a song the Brothers were featured on, was the runner-up for Best Music Video.
“We can’t believe it! It was an honor to not only perform at the Christian Worldview Film Festival but then to take home three different awards!” says Nicholas. “We are so grateful to God for the great things He’s done! We honestly did not expect to walk away with any awards this year.”
Each year, the Christian Worldview Film Festival—started in 2014 by the non-profit ministry Media Talk 101 and sponsored by the Kendrick Brothers—encourages Christian Filmmakers in their Biblical worldview and the craft of filmmaking.