Sydney singer-songwriter Elizabeth Fader has shared her newest single ‘Big Mistake’, which premiered with an accompanying music video.
The clip was shot by Melbourne filmmaker Nick Mckk, identified for his work with Julia Jacklin, Stella Donnelly and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. Watch it under:
‘Big Mistake’ is the second single from Fader, following her debut monitor ‘Encore’ launched in April this yr. The tune was recorded in New Zealand with producer Ben Edwards, who has labored with Aldous Harding, Marlon Williams and many others.
Fader’s yet-to-be-announced debut album is slated to drop early subsequent yr by means of Cooking Vinyl Australia. It was recorded with ARIA award-winning producer Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, The Drones) along side Edwards.
Per a press release, Fader mentioned ‘Big Mistake’ “is a tale of following your dreams to another’s disapproval”.
“It’s about not taking the safe road,” mentioned Fader in an announcement.
“It’s about taking risks so you don’t end up settling for a big mistake, whatever that might be to you. It’s about following your gut and sticking to your own path all the way through life. Something that can’t be taught only discovered through learning and intuition.”
Fader had beforehand launched music by means of her actual identify – Elizabeth Hughes – together with two singles and an EP. She can also be one third of Sydney indie-rock group, Phantastic Ferniture, alongside Julia Jacklin and Ryan Okay Brennan.