Olivia Jean shares teaser for “Spider”

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After a few months, the artist returns to impress us with a very striking video.

The singer and multi-instrumentalist Olivia Jean He released his album last year Raving Ghost via Third Man Recordsfrom which the simple ones emerge “Trouble” and “Raving Ghost”. Now, the composer has shared the preview of a new video for the song “Spider”which emerges from the album.

With the gothic and mysterious aesthetic that characterizes the music of oliviathrough a reel of instagram we can see a giant eye with long fingers come out of a bathtub to chase us around a room.

This may refer to a “human spider” but, surely in desperation and as the song says we would ask ourselves: “Oh, what would I do, oh, what would I do, oh, what would I do, oh, what would I do, this time?” Fascinating for spider fans… or terrifying for those of us who suffer from arachnophobia.

Here we leave it to you!

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Anyway, you can’t miss this premiere that, although it hasn’t said if it will be a complete video clip, in Indie Rocks! We will keep you informed. While that happens, give yourself the role so that you are ready and can enjoy the full experience.


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