Aussie singer song-writer Clairy Browne, she of the The Banging Rackette’s fame, has leapt butt-first down the solo route, heading to L.A to record her debut outing, a move which almost definitely inspired first single Vanity Fair, which Music Feeds is super pumped to premiere the video of right here!
Taking a cheeky look at the heightened narcissism of 2015, where fake booty and selfie-sticks rule the world, the track is a solid departure from her former Rackette’s sound and is some tasty AF subversive pop.
Also, has there been a better line in a pop song this year than “money can’t make this/ nip tuck bitch, you fake it”?
Vanity Fair was co-written and produced by Clairy with Rob Kleiner (The Weekend, Sia) and MNDR Warner (Mark Ronson, Q-Tip, Charlie XCX) and Gabriel Strangio (The Bangin’ Rackettes, Kira Puru) and is the first taste of an LP due out later this year.
Watch: Clairy Browne – Vanity Fair