British band Zoot Woman have released a new music video for their track “Ordinary Face” off their fifth and latest album “Absence.” Check out the electro song here:
The song is about dealing with feelings of insecurity and the need to connect with others. The video shows a variety of “ordinary” people looking directly into the camera making different faces and emotional expressions. A notable feature of the video is its use of fan appearances rather than actors, as well as the lack of any makeup on anyone in the video. A definite connection is made by the fans and the viewers. The video shows a very true, authentic view onto the “Ordinary Face,” which the song is about.
The album “Absence” was created after the band completed a sold-out European tour and festival appearances around the world. The album is described as the band’s “most sincere and personal album” by singer Johnny Blake and contains infectious, introspective, and 60s soul-inspired tracks throughout. After launching onto the scene in 2001 with their debut album “Living in a Magazine,” they gained recognition as a rising electro-clash band and they have continued to carry themselves with the modern aesthetic they have always had since inception.
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