Today, BEYRIES dropped the music video for “Over Me”.
Over Me is the follow-up single to “Out of Touch” (released a few months ago) and the second track off her upcoming sophomore effort due out this fall via Bonsound.
About the song:
“Over Me” is a powerful song about being powerless, and her vocals are both vulnerable and confident. The lyrics implore the listener to acknowledge their true self, embrace their emotions, and take back control. The added rhythm guitar and the soaring harmonies make “Over Me” a dynamic sing-along track.
“Over Me” is accompanied by a music video directed by Raphaëlle Chovin, a French director, screenwriter and editor based in Paris. Raphaëlle, who has worked with such artists as François and the Atlas Mountains, Natalie Dessay, and Lio, is the official video director of the Bataclan and directs music documentaries via Arte and France 5. The video focuses on the undefined and heightened emotions of being a teenager in an in-between state. “It is a period full of doubts. Between two age groups, between two sexualities, between two moments of life. I decided to situate the action of the music video in the mid-80s to refine the image, free teenagers from today’s means of communication and return to more frank, spontaneous and simple relationships” explains the director.
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