This weekend, indie rock singer-songwriter Heather Woods Broderick will launch her new album Maze, We have already posted her debut singles “Blood Runs Through Me,” “Crashing Against the Sun,” and “Admiration.” As we speak, Broderick shares one final advance single. “Wherever I Go” is a romantic quantity with a drum-machine beat and busy association. Within the video, directed by Jeremy Johnstone, Broderick dances within the desert.
Heather Woods Broderick says:
The video for “Wherever I Go” is a few mixture of getting some enjoyable and going towards the repetitive nature of day by day life. There’s each loads of irony and vitality on this track, and we wished to showcase that visually. The track’s lyrics parallel the within of the day that takes place within the video. Recurrences in day by day life are playfully represented in suburban scenes embellished by glitchy/GIF companions, and broad open panorama pictures replicate the free, pure pleasure that exists inside every day for those who simply search for it. The video was conceptualized and directed by Jeremy Johnstone. Course of motion by Casey Boblitt. It stars Juliet Johnstone, Eric Eiser, Elke Shari van den Broeck, Daniel Sparks and Corsina Repp.
Watch the “Wherever I Go” video under.
Maze 4/7 is out on Western Vinyl.