“She’s A Nightmare” depicts a period-dressed, witchy, ritualistic summoning. Dancers and contortionists seem out of skinny air whereas Honeyblood’s frontwoman, an elegantly-dressed Stina Tweeddale, stares the digicam lifeless within the eye.
Tweeddale had this to say of the conception of “She’s A Nightmare”:
After months of touring my final album Babes By no means Die, I lastly got here dwelling to relaxation and developed more and more vivid and horrifying evening terrors. At one level they had been a weekly prevalence — the identical determine would go to me every time hell-bent on both strangling or simply plain scaring me to demise! After studying rather more about how evening terror are manifested, I used to be intrigued to study that the mind can not conjure a face out of nothing. The lady who visits me in my desires was an actual individual I’ve seen whereas I’ve been awake. I wrote “She’s A Nightmare” about our unusual relationship and nevertheless horrifying, I’m completely captivated by her.
Watch “She’s A Nightmare” beneath.
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