PREMIERE: ALPHAMAMA Grapples With Ritual & Religion In Compelling Video For ‘Move Me’

Australian soulstress ALPHAMAMA has today unveiled the compelling visual accompaniment to her latest single, ‘Move Me’.

‘Move Me’ features on ALPHAMAMA’s 2018 EP, Oil & Water, and marries the artists’s soaring, dulcet vocals with a 90s RnB groove and thumping dancefloor beats.

The video tells an even more detailed story, filled with religious and ritualistic symbolism, as ALPHAMAMA reconciles different parts of her identity.

“My dad is a preacher and I grew up in church. And so there’s been this big journey of reclaiming my own nature and exploring the things that always felt wrong and ungodly,” she explains.

“I love ritual and art and finding what is truly sacred to me and it was liberating to be able to bring these concepts through in the video. Part of me hopes I don’t upset people too much by triggering their religious conditioning, but a bigger part is happy if I do.”

this week sees the kick off of the Fight Music 5th Anniversary tour which will see ALPHAMAMA join the likes of Viking N3, Jinz Moss, Nardean, Raw Collective and BAD MATH with support from Ursa 13. See dates below.

Fight Music 5th Anniversary Tour Dates

Friday, 22nd March

Shark Bar, Gold Coast

Saturday, 23rd March

Backroom, Brisbane

Friday, 29th March

The Grace Darling, Melbourne

Saturday, 30th March

Factory Floor, Sydney

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