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PREMIERE: SUPER CRUEL Explore The Highs & Lows Of Young Love In Video For ‘November’

Written by Nastassia Baroni on April 19, 2017

The debut single from new and exciting super group on the block SUPER CRUEL has been enjoying a steady run across Australian airwaves and now the super slick ‘November’ has been given the video treatment, with the duo’s debut video premiering here today.

For their debut single, Adelaide’s Tigerilla (Matthew Khabbaz) and Sydney’s Porsches (Jesses Sewell) enlisted dream-like guest vocals from Lisa Mitchell, the two producers expertly melding their production styles around Mitchell’s hypnotic vocals in a song that reflects nostalgically on the fragility of love in youth.

The video too follows that narrative, with stars Cartia Mallan and Mason-Hamilton Smith depicting the euphoric highs and lows of young love.

“In a time where love is blurred, we hoped to show a nostalgic take on adolescence and the juxtaposition between love in a relationship and lust for a moment,” Porsches’ Jesse Sewell tells Music Feeds.

“The video was centred around the Crux of the song ‘we used to ride and die together’. It’s a tribute to a strong feeling that you may have once had at the start of a relationship which has now burned out. We think it’s important to explore real themes that people can relate to.”

SUPER CRUEL will be playing Splendour in the Grass in July.

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