Track: Emily Victoria Shares New Track & Video ‘Human Heart’

Emily Victoria

Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist Emily Victoria released her new track ‘Humming Heart’ today. The song was recorded to tape at Soundpark Studios with producer Nao Anzai, who has previously worked with Mildlife and The Teskey Brothers. ‘Human Heart’ features synthesisers and production by Lewis Moody, additional vocal production by Hamish Patrick, guitars by Anthony Farrugia, Jacob Long on drums and Sam Clarke on bass.

“The lyrics for Humming Heart are quite abstract, like the video. It’s ultimately about having curiosity and intrigue, exploring the unknown and encountering the supernatural. It’s also about considering the cause of our existence and trying to make sense of one’s experience”.

Emily Victoria

The song features lush vocals by Emily and has a retro feel. ‘Humming Heart’ is a glorious slice of indie-pop with an existential question at its core. An impressive and promising track from this exciting new artist.

The accompanying music video for ‘Humming Heart’ saw Emily teaming up with Jeff Andersen Jnr on directing and editing duties to bring the moody clip to life. The video features Emily and contemporary dancer and artist Nikki Tarling. Watch it below.

Jeff thought of the idea for this video. In its early stages the concept was close up shots of limbs doing peculiar things at different angles, e.g. a pair of hands tidying with a dustpan and shovel. Then Jeff suggested that I act as a cautious hotel manager who sees unusual limbs in rooms with eerie lighting. We both liked there being unity at the end point of the video. The video was so much fun to make!

Emily Victoria

Listen to ‘Humming Heart’ on SPOTIFY.

Photo credit WILK

Previous Track: Connecticut Indie-Pop Trio Litvar Share Vibrant New Single 'You Should Find A New Boyfriend'
Next Track: Dark-Pop Up & Comer Ishani Shares Haunting New Single 'Powertripp'

No Comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.