LOVE SICK share video for new single "Bullet"

Scotland's brand new duo LOVE SICK have premiered the official music video for their awesome debut single Bullet, out now on Aesop.

Directed by Scottish director Drew John Barnes, the clip juxtaposes intimate moments between Brooklyn based artist NanaBcool and modern dancer Zoe Warshaw with frenetically paced movement scenes, while cleverly making use of image overlays, quick screen pans, and tight camera angles to add even more intrigue to the abstract video.​​​​​​​  Watch it below!

Speaking about the video LOVE SICK said,
The dancers were chosen to represent the differing qualities in the relationship. Brooklyn based artist NanaBcool is hugely influenced by smooth R&B artists and modern hip-hop, while Zoe Warshaw Comes from more classically trained background in release technique and modern dance. Both movements compliment each other beautifully and really told the struggle of the story through their choreography. We decided to go for a super invading camera movement and frame within frame editing to portray an uneasiness that reflects the situation Bullet as a song inspires.
Bullet is a twisted love song – an ode to both heartbreak and obsession which will earworm its way into your head…and your heart. Loving those electronics and super infectious melodies. Julie's vocals are super smooth and carry all the emotion of the lyrics. I've been listening to this track nonstop for a while now and I can't seem to get enough of it.

Both Scottish born and bred – Shaun in Glasgow, and Julie in Stirling - the pair first met whist working for the same life insurance call center, albeit in their respective cities. Their first meeting occurred at their work’s Christmas party when Julie drunkenly let slip she had always wanted to be a singer. Under a second wave of cosmic happenstance, they then bumped into each other again a few weeks later at a Glasgow train station.

Conversations quickly picked up from where they left off at the party and once again their mutual obsession with music came to the fore. While Shaun was fixated on 50’s and 60’s, Dylan’s lyricism and The Beatles’ hooks, Julie was in love with female pop stars of the here and now – Lana Del Ray, Florence and of course, Amy Winehouse. Numbers were exchanged and pretty swiftly, they were locked away in Shaun’s homemade studio. Already a producer, Shaun was excited to have found the perfect vocalist and collaborator to bounce ideas off.