"We wanted to bring to life a nostalgic and fun ‘70s-style beach-themed music video."
Melbourne-based artist Harper Bloom today unveils a charming music video for her latest indie-pop gem, Shaky Bones.
The new clip from the local talent sees her team with renowned cinematographer David Hansen for a third time.
“I told David how I wrote the song in Torquey when I was people watching on the beach. So, we decided we wanted to bring to life a nostalgic and fun ‘70s-style beach-themed music video,” Bloom told The Music.
“We tried our best to incorporate scenes that we thought represented an ideal and timeless summers day in the ‘70s with the person you fancy!”
Shaky Bones is lifted from Bloom’s forthcoming debut EP, Faith, Sex & Skin, which is slated for release this June.
On the track itself, she noted: “This song was written in Torquay last year between lockdowns! It was a perfect sunny day, and I was sitting on the beach watching this couple who were behaving like friends that wanted to be lovers, but neither seemed confident enough to make the first move.
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“It reminded me of times when I’ve been so in awe of people but too scared to ever let them know. I feel like you get so nervous and excited by the mystery of it all that it makes your bones shake. Well, it does for me anyway!”
Harper Bloom will play a run of East Coast shows this June to celebrate the release of the forthcoming EP, all the details of which you can find in theGuide.
Check out the music video for Shaky Bones above.