Passenger’s ‘Winter Coats’ music video shot in Zermatt at foot of snowy Matterhorn

The last track from British singer songwriter Passenger‘s 10th studio album Sometimes It’s Something, Sometimes It’s Nothing At All got an official music video today.

The song is called ‘Winter Coats‘, and is most definitely an appropriate release for many of us on this Christmas Day.

Unless, as Passenger says in the video notes, “you live somewhere warm”.

The ‘Winter Coats‘ music video is a simple one. Just shot in snowy Swiss village Zermatt, with Passenger playing guitar on a balcony and then enjoying the gorgeous mountain views.

According to Passenger, the ‘Winter Coats‘ music video was shot in Zermatt by both the singer and his usual videographer Jarrad Seng. It was filmed while he was in the mountainous country for a performance at the acoustic music festival Zermatt Unplugged.

That is why you can see the famous Matterhorn mountain in the background in all its snowy glory.

In a footnote to Passenger’s ‘Winter Coats‘ music video description, he also thanked fans for listening to his latest album, saying:

“Sometimes It’s Something, Sometimes It’s Nothing At All has now raised over £50,000 for Shelter and the homeless people that they support . Utterly incredible . Thank you all so much for listening.”

The singer was referring to his decision to allow all profits from the album to go to Shelter — a charity that works to support people who are homeless and against bad housing.

Watch Passenger’s ‘Winter Coats‘ music video below. It is a beautiful but short song, but that does not make it any less effective.

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Michelle Topham