SAFIA continues the journey to their debut album with the video to Over You

SAFIA continues the journey to their debut album with the video to Over You

Internal is due on September 9th and comes with a full Australian tour, with Set Mo and Running Touch on support.

With just a few short weeks until the release of SAFIA's incredibly-hyped debut album Internal, it seems that Australia's long love affair with the Canberra trio is only growing with age. Following up from the impressive Make Them Wheels RollOver You was SAFIA's second tease of the album in 2016, and showed frontman Ben Woolner-Kirkham give it his all with an action-packed vocal line that soared over an expectedly upbeat and joyous production. Now, with the due date for the album quickly approaching, the trio have dropped the Marcus Hofko-directed video clip. Shot whilst the crew were in the UK earlier this year, the Over You video clip is a drastic change from the gleeful vibe of the track's production and sound, visualising the effect of heartbreak and broken relationships. Check out the video below, and be sure to see the trio when the tour the country later this year in support of the album, with just-announced special guests in the form of house duo Set Mo and one of 2016's most exciting acts, Running Touch. Click through the poster for ticket deets.

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