Staying in this weekend? We’ve got five new music videos from Queensland artists that are better than Netflix to keep you company.
HOW COULD YOU BELIEVE THAT – MEREDITH
Weaving an intricate tale of troubled relationships, Meredith’s third single How Could You Believe That is raw and relatable. Cutting between scenes in an empty church, an abandoned bus and a bedroom, the accompanying music video for the track evokes a sense of isolation, confusion and longing. Another golden release from Brisbane’s soul sister of electro-folk and pop.
GHOST – OLD SAULT
Angie Farr aka Old Sault has burst onto the local music scene with her contemplative debut single Ghost. Featuring a rabbit, a victim and his bullies, the music video for Ghost is a heartbreaking reminder of how life’s moments can return to the mind in an instant. A stunning debut for an artist we can’t wait to hear more from.
ORCHESTRA – PHIL HANCOCK
An upbeat tune about finding yourself and setting yourself free, Phil Hancock’s Orchestra will fill you with hope and bliss. The music video is just as sweet, featuring serene scenery that will make you want to escape to the country. An uplifting tune that will have you seeking out Phil’s new Fox EP.
BEAUTIFUL VIOLENCE – QUINTESSENTIAL DOLL
Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid, Quintessential Doll combines industrial electronic sounds and hypnotic vocals to convey a tale of betrayal and revenge in Beautiful Violence. With a somewhat spooky vibe, the accompanying music video may make you never want to visit the beach on a cloudy day again. A mesmerising new sonic direction for one of Brisbane’s most intriguing artists.
DOUBT AROUND ME – SERA
Sit back and let Brisbane’s newest pop darlings Sera, take you around some of the city’s hotspots this weekend. Featuring some iconic Brisbane landmarks, picnic parties, arcades, pubs and delicious coffee spots, their music video for Doubt Around Me, will have you itching to leave the house and go exploring. A perfect introduction to a band you’ll definitely be hearing more of.
Feature image of Meredith by Yaseera Moosa Photography