Say Lou Lou Premieres New Music Video for “Golden Child”
- Australian-Swedish twin sister pop duo Say Lou Lou dropped a new music video for “Golden Child”. The video was premiered exclusively on NOWNESS.
The song was released back in August as the second single from their upcoming sophomore album "Immortelle", which is due out September 21st.
It was written by Eli Hirsch, Trent Mazur, Michael Freesh, Dashiell Le Francis, Miranda Kilbey & Elektra Kilbey.
The video was directed by Laura Gorun and Dimitri Basil, who drew a dark message in luscious landscapes and flashback footages.
"The video is a surreal, dreamlike narrative about false ideas of freedom," the duo told NOWNESS. "Of how we are frozen in the roles we are dealt, like self-imposed statues—imitated, constructed, and systematically kept in our place. Can we break our chains if we can't see them? The video is about being desensitized to violence—it's straight out of A Clockwork Orange."
- The duo said of the song, "Golden Child was created as an ode to our younger sisters – and to our younger selves in a way – explaining how tricky and confusing cultural/patriarchal structures can be in your self-discovery – so contradictory and hard to navigate. Imploring them to free themselves from the invisible shackles of expected ideas of young womanhood and see the world and life that lie ahead of them ‘on the other side’ – kind of like an empowering lullaby."
- source : NOWNESS