London-based alt-R&B artist Chloe Bodur unveils visuals for new single “Static Flow”
Taken from her forthcoming EP Mavi, which is due out 10th November, North West London’s Chloe Bodur takes a ride through her hometown with her cousin and collaborator JD. Reid in the self-directed music video for “Static Flow”. The song itself is an enjoyable listen, Bodur’s angelic-like vocals flows beautifully over Reid’s stunning production.
“For this video I really wanted to capture a sense of freedom and the ability to be ones complete, authentic self without fear of judgement or scrutiny. At the beginning of the video I take off a mask and as the song develops I continue to peel back layers until I free myself into euphoria. We’re so heavily monitored these days with cameras in our face 24/7 and a need to keep up appearances daily that it can be hard to just let go. To be present and be free. For me I’ve always felt a real sense of relief when after a long day at work (or school or wherever you can’t be your full, real self) you get in the car, put your favourite music on as you drive home – and you just exhale. I wanted to take that feeling and push it into a dreamscape” — Chloe Bodur.