Self-esteem shared a new video for the Moody track featuring comedian Alistair Green – you can watch the clip below.
Artist – AKA Rebecca Lucy Taylor – He gave up the song last month to preview it soon to release second album “Prioritize Pleasure”, Scheduled for release on October 22 via Fiction Records.
The “Moody” clip came out this week and featured both Taylor and Green, who play a couple whose once-happy relationship is now slowly deteriorating.
“I’ve always wanted to create a version of it Rihanna“We found love,” but it’s a realistic picture of the relationship, ”Taylor said in a statement about the clip, which you can see below.
“Musical videos are so fun and easy to play, I’ve tried to avoid them all my life, but I wondered what would happen if I followed them.”
Taylor added: “There is nothing more inevitable and sad than the gradual disappearance of passion and passion in a relationship. Personally, I avoid being your enemy. It is a centuries-old heteronormative. nonsense. “Ball and Chain” jokes.
“Damn … I wanted to play on that idea, to emphasize how boring and exaggerated it was.”
Self-esteem travels to the UK in November ahead of a trip in February and March 2022 – you can see the deadlines below.
28 – Parish, Huddersfield
1 – St. Lux, Glasgow
2 – Stylus, Leeds
3 – CHALK, Brighton
4 – Trinity, Bristol
23 – Cathedral, Manchester
24 – Forum, London
25 – octagon, Sheffield