PREMIERE: Give Yourself Chills With Bri Clark's 'Shiver'

7 December 2015 | 10:04 am | Staff Writer

Ascendant West Australian songstress Bri Clark is continuing to eke out a niche for herself amid Australia's rich and diverse musical landscape, following up recent attention-grabbing single Assertion with the unveiling of the new clip for consequent cut Shiver, proudly being premiered by today.

The Perth-based chanteuse's new effort is a soaring, powerful yet delicate affair, an ethereal melange of dynamic versatility and atmospheric instrumentation, driven by Clark's evocative, acrobatic vocal work. The clip itself utilises stark monochromatic contrast and what looks like treacle or molasses (but is hopefully, like, chocolate syrup) to complement its minimalist imagery, centred on Clark herself. 

Co-produced by James Newhouse and Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe), the clip makes its official debut in the wake of a run of launch gigs for the single, including spots at the recent WAM and Beaufort Street festivals. It was directed by Joel Crane, with photography by Tanya Voltchanskaya.

If her trajectory these past few months is any indication, Clark is setting herself up for a banner 12 months in 2016; to keep on top of her movements in the new year, head to her Facebook page and swing her a Like.

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