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Watch Sarah Mary Chadwick's Video 'Confetti'

Watch Sarah Mary Chadwick's Video 'Confetti'

A.K. / Thursday 22nd August, 2019 1:42PM

Taumarunui-born Sarah Mary Chadwick’s latest collection The Queen Who Stole The Sky is startling, haunting and absolutely everything you’d expect from an album recorded live on a 147-year-old grand organ in Melbourne’s Town Hall. 'Confetti' is a stand-out of the 11-tracks, created and recorded on commission by the City of Melbourne, and fellow musician Geoffrey O’Connor (The Crayon Fields) has illustrated the doom and agony of the song in a new clip. Chadwick described the album as a collection of songs about death, isolation and "the fact that I’m always waiting for life and it never arrives - it only ever leaves", so director O’Connor has appropriately cloaked her in chilling monochrome, brooding in black lipstick. The joy of fireworks is swallowed up when put in reverse, intercut with gothic, smoggy scenes of what can fairly be assumed is a haunted house. Don your best floor-length black-velvet dress, smudge that eyeliner, and press play on the video for 'Confetti'…

Sarah Mary Chadwick’s 'The Queen Who Stole The Sky' LP is out now on Sinderlyn Records.


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