An accompanying music video for the only was shot in Hong Kong . The video shows the young man from the music video of “Faded”, also as another man and a woman, walking and running in the city of Hong Kong. Throughout the video, the camera filter transitions from normal to thermal sensor, with some buildings and pedestrians occasionally glitching as if from the viewer’s point of view. At the end, the three characters meet inside a warehouse in an industrial building, where they assemble some kind of machine together, which projects glowing blue lines throughout the city of Hong Kong, as the video glitches and ends.
“Sing Me to Sleep” may be a song by Norwegian record producer and DJ Alan Walker. Incorporating uncredited vocals provided by Norwegian singer Iselin Solheim, it was released commercially for digital consumption on 3 June 2016. Upon release, the recording was generally acclaimed by music critics, with several noticing similarities to the style of its predecessor, “Faded”.