Sharon Van Etten goes down the rabbit gap within the psychedelic projector video for her darkish observe "Comeback Kid," which was launched on Tuesday (Oct. 30). The track is ready to look on her upcoming album, Remind Me Tomorrow, due out on Jan. 18 on Jagjaguwar.
Directed by Jonathan William Turner and shot in Van Etten’s hometown of New York, the video exhibits her standing in entrance of a projector exhibiting collections of picture montages, trippy visuals and quick video clips. The singer sways backwards and forwards trying immediately on the digicam carrying free black trousers and a sleeveless white shirt, engulfed within the gentle from the photographs in the course of the video. Her vibrato voice pairs completely because the photographs breeze by way of within the background, giving a darkish, trippy really feel to pair with summary black and white sparkles and light household photographs.
"As the lyrics for ‘Comeback Kid’ unfolded, I noticed I used to be speaking about many selves: the child, the grownup, the sibling, the buddy, the neighbor," Van Etten tells Billboard in an emailed assertion. "I imagined a projector streaming over me of recollections, unclear if they're mine or another person's, confronted by the disorientation of time and perspective.”
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