Multi-instrumentalist Thallo recently served up a slice of sonic heaven with her ambient track, “‘Pressed and Preserved”. And now, in a bid to continue to brew hype around her ethereal cut, the artist has unveiled its accompanying visuals.
In a bid to reclaim a narrative that was forced upon her during the throws of a journey of self-discovery, the artist looked to portray a frenzied woman in the video, one who welcomes death with open arms whilst strewn about a gothic manor house. With the visuals set to send chills down spines whilst also moving viewers with a haunting-yet-beautiful undertone, this is a display that will plant itself firmly in your mind, sure to fill your thoughts for the remainder of the week.
When speaking on her new music video, the artist claims, ““I remember giving these pressed flowers to a person as a farewell gift and only in hindsight did I see the irony. Because sure, there’s a beauty in the fact it’s preserved, but there’s also a real sadness as it’s no longer with you in the form you once loved.”
Listen to “Pressed and Preserved” below…