London-based duo Andrea Chamberlain and Leon Brown – aka All Flags Are Grey – create innovative performance art, using visuals to enhance the message they aim to create through their music. addressing issues such as the sexualisation and objectification of women in their work, they are now set to release their captivating debut single ‘Bare Bones’, and have shared a poignant new video to accompany it.
Flowing with unsettling, glitchy beats and the eerie power of Chamberlain’s vocals, ‘Bare Bones’ tackles ideas of addictive behaviour and self-inflicted loss in an utterly beguiling, and somewhat affecting, way.
Visualising feelings of being and trapped and isolated, the video for ‘Bare Bones’ is a poignant representation of the song’s message. Simply stunning, it explores Shibari Rope Art ideas about domination and submission, which also represents the elaborate manipulations of the ego and its strangleholds.
With shades of the likes of PJ Harvey, this innovative debut from All Flags Are Grey oozes a dark, brutal honesty and haunting, hypnotic beauty that’ll send shivers down the spine in an instant.
Watch the exquisite new video for ‘Bare Bones’ here:
‘Bare Bones’ is released 7 July via Seven Wishbones.