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Lavelin “Blind”
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Lavelin “Blind”

Positioning her as an artist to watch, LAVELIN debuted with her mesmerising indie pop single ‘Blind’ on November 10. Hailing from the vibrant music scenes of Meanjin (Brisbane) and Yugambeh (Gold Coast), she is now pairing the track with an intimate music music video.

A melancholic visual feast that seamlessly aligns with the ominous tone of the track, the music video for ‘Blind’ acts as a wonderful introduction to LAVELIN and her charming personality. Directed by the talented Jemma Morley, the video weaves together evocative imagery, including nostalgic VHS tape footage, to create a personable visual narrative. Set against a disco fairytale backdrop, LAVELIN elegantly performs in an intimate setting, adding a layer of vulnerability to the track’s exploration of unrequited love.

The video beautifully captures LAVELIN’s sweet and humble nature, mirroring her on-screen presence with the track’s underlying theme, exploring the complexities of love and the yearning to be seen for one’s authentic self.

“‘Blind’ is a song about being in love with someone who doesn’t see you for who you truly are, but rather for who they want you to be,” shares LAVELIN. The music video acts as a perfect complement to these moody undertones and resonant lyrics.

The disco fairytale set provides a unique backdrop, highlighting the duality of the track’s message with its sparkling rebellion and cheek. LAVELIN’s performance exudes a perfect blend of elegance and attitude, underscoring the desire to break free from the confines of unrequited love.

As LAVELIN continues to make her mark on the indie pop scene, ‘Blind’ and its accompanying music video serve as a captivating introduction to her artistry.
With more releases on the horizon, LAVELIN invites fans to join her journey that promises to be as enchanting as it is authentic.

‘Blind’ and the accompanying music video are out now.

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