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Halo Maud Releases Video For New Single Wherever

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Lola Pertsowsky

Halo Maud has shared a video for her new single, Wherever.

The track is taken from her debut album, 'Je Suis Une île' (which translates as 'I Am An Island'), which is set to arrive on May 25 through Heavenly Recordings. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Parisian collective Deezooit.

Speaking about the song, Maud said:

"It all started with this sentence "it made me want to be wherever you were", that I received and took as a gift. The song talks about memories, in that case of a past love story, about the traces and even the physical sensations it leaves. I am quite fascinated by the effect of time generally, by how things are filtered by our memory, and I am wondering how much we decide to blur our vision."

The French multi-instrumentalist will play a headline London show at the Sebright Arms prior to her performances at the Great Escape in Brighton. She will then return to the UK in the summer for festival sets at Larmer Tree, Port Eliot, Lunar, Electric Fields, and Good Life, among others.

Halo Maud Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue May 15 2018 - LONDON Sebright Arms

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