“I loved the treatment, it really connected with me, and it was so much fun to shoot."
With her highly anticipated second album just around the corner, Aussie singer-songwriter Gretta Ziller today unveils a brand-new track and accompanying clip.
Premiering via The Music, Stockholm is a song about “that relationship you have in your life where you find yourself needing and hating that person”.
Ziller notes: “You feel like you’ve developed Stockholm syndrome, it's a corrosive co-dependency.”
Its film clip was shot in a stunt car practice space in Moorabbin, near Melbourne.
“I loved the treatment, it really connected with me, and it was so much fun to shoot - it was written and directed by the brilliant Arlo Dean Cook, and shot by Arlo Dean Cook and Stephen Packer,” Ziller tells.
“That's my band in the video too - it was the first time we'd seen each other since March!"
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Check out the new clip above and click here to pre-order upcoming album Judas Tree, set for release on September 17.
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