Premiere: Watch the fantastic video clip for Lola Scott's new single, Hush

Premiere: Watch the fantastic video clip for Lola Scott's new single, Hush

It's out Friday 23 March and launches April 27 at Lazy Bones Lounge.

Lola Scott has emerged from southern highlands of NSW with a degree in guitar, a deep love for synth, and a swag of excellent tunes that recently saw her touring with none other than Asta. Her new single Hush details a toxic love story, and today we're stoked to premiere its visual accompaniment - directed and produced by Hannah Dougherty and starring the fantastic dancing of Ogemdi Ude: "The video itself is about feeling trapped, not knowing how or when you came to feel this way. Ogemdi being physically trapped represents how I sometimes felt trapped by the unprovoked feelings of jealousy that were poisoning my relationships," she says, with Dougherty adding, "I met Ogemdi when she moved to Australia for a year to study dance, we connected and became friends, I knew I wanted to collaborate on something with her before she moved back to New York."

It officially drops this Friday, and then she plays her first headline show on Friday 27 April at Lazy Bones Lounge in Marrickville (details HERE), but until then, enjoy the guitar-driven alt-pop sounds of Hush below, and keep Lola Scott in your line of sight as she continues to grow as one of Australia's many exciting young emerging artists.

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