Tarantina releases self-produced stop motion video for new single "1/9"

Tarantina releases self-produced stop motion video for new single 1/9
Self-taught singer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and videographer Tarantina has premiered the official music video for her new single 1/9, and electronic pop-noir track with an eery cinematic atmosphere. Watch it below!


Speaking about the video she said,
This video takes the form of a stop-motion animation and was completed, in its entirety, on my living room floor. The making of this video left permanent stains on my floor and inside my head. It was a gruelling six months so, at the end of it all, I set fire to it.” 

Her vocals are so soulful and powerful, and the song has quite a punch! 1/9 is taken from her forthcoming self-produced debut EP ‘Teething’, which will be released later in 2017.

Tarantina blends fine art processes and pop culture with a DIY aesthetic to make accompanying videos akin to moving pieces of audiovisual art. Raised between two juxtaposing worlds, her mother’'s house filled with Portishead and Leftfield (who she'’s been touring the world with this year as their lead vocalist), and the home of her father with Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett, Tarantina is a product of these opposing influences with a staunchly avant-garde twist.
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