Ruby Boots goes full egyptian goddess in the video for Believe In Heaven

Ruby Boots goes full egyptian goddess in the video for Believe In Heaven

She's heading back to the homeland soon for some album launch shows.

Ruby Boots is low key one of WA's biggest music exports. Now based in Nashville, she's about to head home for a short run of (quite large) shows celebrating her second album Don't Talk About It. Released earlier this year, it's already seen her impressing some huge crowds including at The Hideout in Chicago and SxSW. The lady behind the moniker - Bex Chilcott - has been a stalwart of the music scene over here for years, but in recent times has taken her wares to the US and been duly rewarded for her unique brand of country-infused rock'n'roll, with a bit of Australiana thrown in for good measure.

The video clip (directed by Joshua Shoemaker) for the album's latest single Believe In Heaven finds Ruby Boots ascending to true fkn QUEEN status, dressed as an Egyptian goddess and being the commanding presence that anyone who's been to one of her live shows can attest to: "This song is about desire, so I wanted to create a world of what I thought my desire would look like at the time when I was ruled by the feeling and bring the inspiration for the song to life on camera that way."

Check it out below, and catch her live at one of the upcoming album launch shows next month.

TOUR DATES:

Fri 4 May – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne w/ Baby Blue + Gena Rose Bruce

Sat 5 May – Leadbelly, Sydney w/ Pan Pacific Grand Prix

Fri 11 May – Rosemount Hotel, Perth w/ The Tommyhawks + Helen Shanahan

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