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Jealous Of The Birds Posts Plastic Skeletons Video

Wednesday, 30 May 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Daniel Alexander Harris

Jealous of the Birds, aka Naomi Hamilton, has shared a video for Plastic Skeletons.

The track is taken from ‘The Moths Of What I Want Will Eat Me In My Sleep’ EP, which is due for release on July 13 through Canvasback/Hand in Hive.

Discussing its video, Hamilton said:

"We filmed the video for 'Plastic Skeletons' in a venue called The Menagerie in Belfast. It has a pretty grungey underground feel which suited the vibes Libby and I were going for. One of my favourite things was that it was shot on film, so it has a certain texture and feel where all the colours are saturated. We just gathered a bunch of good friends together and played a mini gig blasting the song. It was insanely fun.
 
"Working with Libby [Burke Wilde-director] and her team was especially awesome. She brought so many sweet influences and ideas and approached everything in the most chilled way. One of the coolest things about her as a director is that she provides the actors and crew working around her with the space to be themselves and do their own thing. That ultimately makes for better and more genuine art."

The Northern Irish artist will play a headline Dublin show at the Workman's Club on September 27. She will also support Suede at Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin on October 14.

Jealous of the Birds Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 27 2018 - DUBLIN Workmans Club

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