STORRY Shares ‘Bow Down’ Music Video

Multi-faceted Canadian powerhouse singer/songwriter STORRY surfaces with a bewitching visual for her stunning feminist allegory Bow Down, filmed on the dramatic white cliffs of Dover. 
Taken from her debut album CH III: The Come Up, which is out now, Bow Down is the epitome of feminine power and beautifully showcases STORRY's powerful vocals and storytelling abilities over a captivating production that features lush guitars and punchy drum patterns. Directed by Karimah Zakia Issa (‘Scaring Women at Night’, TIFF ’22), the video for Bow Down exudes elegant strength, presenting women as the people they are and the stories they hold above the flesh that sits on their bones. Check it out below!



Talking about the video, STORRY explains:
Realising the parallels between the sex-industry and music industry, Bow Down is calling out the misogyny and oppression of underrepresented communities, especially women. However, the video chooses to focus on the power of women and reclaiming our true ordinance in the world. We praise the sun, earth, air and water. Just like the elements, we are gentle and lifegiving but also formidable. We are nurturing, we are power, we are ‘the maker of all things’.
On the progress, director Karimah Zakia Issa adds:
For Bow Down, STORRY and I wanted to showcase the natural strength of women and the power of community. The focus is on uplifting each other – helping to support someone out of a dark place so they can rise again. The vibe isn’t ‘STORRY is THE king’ but rather that she’s a king among kings. We also wanted to communicate that this power doesn’t have to feel aggressive - just as the ocean and cliffs are powerful so is our natural form. So is gracefulness, so is reflection.