Premiere: Hollie Col shares a tender new vid for Please Don't Love Someone

Premiere: Hollie Col shares a tender new vid for Please Don't Love Someone

The moody video arrives ahead of an east-coast run of dates in March.

Music videos can be a touch hit-or-miss when it comes to how they match the accompanying song's feel and emotive qualities, with many artists simply struggling to the match the at-times emotively-intense process of letting it all out through songwriting and music creation with its video clip. Other times, however, it's achieved perfectly, and this clip is an example of that. It arrives from Sydney indie artist Hollie Col, who today premieres a moody video for her latest single Please Don't Love Someone - matching the single's gripping and heartstring-pulling vibe with a teary video that follows the few months proceeding a relationship's end, capturing all the confusing emotions that this time brings. "I wrote this track at a time when the person I loved wasn't with me, and all I could do was hope they weren't with someone else," she says on the video. "In this video, I wanted to capture those early months after a break-up - the love, the anger, the confusion and the not knowing if they're going through the same thing."

It arrives ahead of a run of east coast tour dates across March, which we see her play shows in Sydney, Wollongong and more - more details HERE. Watch the video below and stream her latest EP Hazel HERE.

Tour Dates: 

March 1st - Sydney
March 3rd - Mona Vale
March 10th - Cronulla
March 16th - Valla Beach
March 17th - Newcastle
March 30th - Wollongong

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