Doing a marketed out display tonight at The Wine Cellar, Papakura’s Kendall Elise speaks volumes in her silent movie-influenced online video for ‘Straightforward Hand’, from new album Let The Night In. Elise’s nursing responsibilities of providing a good ol’ leeching is disrupted by panicky protestors, an over the prime evangelist and a skeezy snake oil salesman in directer Amber Beaton‘s satirical new clip, designed with the enable of NZ On Air. Drawing inspiration from this kind of gothic classics as 1922’s Nosferatu, the black and white classic-fashion visuals illustrate the song’s topic of “the way individuals react aggressively and to dread and uncertainty, and how that can be amplified online.” Established in Ōtautahi’s Ferrymead Park, protestors keep symptoms such as “Don’t Zoom My Womb” and “Trains Destroy Brains” — referring to the newfangled rail network’s intended dangers.
Get into your have moon temper by seeing Elise’s video clip under (guest starring Adam Hattaway), furthermore seize tickets whilst you can for remaining dates of her Let The Evening In album launch tour…
Kendall Elise ‘Let The Evening In’ Album Launch Tour
with Beth Torrance
Friday 1st April – The Wine Cellar, Auckland [sold out]
Saturday 9th April – ONEONESIX, Whangarei
Saturday 23rd April – The Jam Factory, Tauranga
Saturday 14th Could – Raglan Outdated School Arts Centre*
*Tickets accessible In this article by means of UTR
‘Let The Night time In’ is out now on important streaming expert services.