Vera Blue unleashes epic, cinematic new video clip for latest single, Private

Vera Blue unleashes epic, cinematic new video clip for latest single, Private

Next stop, global domination.

In the midst of wowing crowds over at SxSW right now, Vera Blue has unveiled the cinematic new video clip for latest single, Private, confirming her status as not only one of Australia's biggest artists, but essentially warning the rest of the world of her arrival. The clip was directed by Bryn Chainey, a British-Australian director and screenwriter based in Sydney, who said of the video: “Private really struck me on first listen: it has a haunting and manic quality, like a fever dream, with lyrics so full of longing that they almost tip over into obsession... With the video I wanted to riff on those sensations in a way which also captured the seductive quality of the song along with its brute force; we also wanted to find a way to visually bring together the gothic and modern textures of the song."

It's a seriously high quality video clip, and with Vera Blue's debut album due this year, really sets the scene for her to become established as one of Australian music's top-tier recording artists.

TOUR DATES:

Thu 20 Apr - Factory Theatre, Sydney (SOLD OUT)

Fri 21 April - Fat Controller, Adelaide

Sat 22 April – Capitol, Perth

Mon 24 April - Corner Hotel, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Tues 25 April - Corner Hotel, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Sat 29 April - The Zoo, Brisbane

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