Eves The Behavior –  ‘Electrical’

Electrical, the newest offering from Brisbane native Hannah Karydas (aka Eves The Behavior) has been given the music video treatment as a surrealist reworking of Romeo and Juliet.

Directed by the ARIA Award-winning Josh Logue, who has worked with the likes of Daniel Johns, Tkay Maidza and Hilltop Hoods, the Electrical video is the second instalment of a three-part collaboration which kicked off with the release of Eves The Behavior’s TV music video.

Speaking about Electrical, which is taken from Eves The Behavior’s forthcoming debut EP, the singer-songwriter says the track is a study of binary opposites.

“I feel like it’s commenting on the friction between the organic/analogue and the synthetic/digital and the quest to find a meaningful connection between the two,” Karydas says.

“The song is triumphant but it’s also bittersweet. I stumbled out of a sort of numbness into both beauty and gloom. And the simple fact of feeling something made me woozy and victorious at the same time.”

Eves The Behavior will perform at Splendour In The Grass this July.

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