"Never See You, is an emotional state piece evoking the current feelings two lovers go through.
Where there is comfort in the discomfort, Lovers pretending they care for each other. They act in different ways but the result is the same, a feeling of letting go, not following back, not pushing for feelings to evolve. The blue ice look in Richie's eyes is the personification of the detached feelings and the car floating is a metaphor of a fast consumption life our society is currently experiencing. Live fast, let the feelings die young. As a director I am not sure I agree with living as is because there is beauty when you go deep, but it is what I notice around me." - Patricia Gloum