U.K. singer-songwriter Rosie Lowe matches classic, piano-driven soul with electronic wobbles to articulate the most in-between and awkward of emotions. In "Worry Bout Us," the latest single to be shared from her upcoming debut album—set for release on Wolf Tone/Polydor in 2016—she's teamed up with Machinedrum to wrap up that moody uncertainty inside a low-key banger.
As you watch the track's trippy new video, don't adjust your screen: Lowe's body drifts and skitters across the frame with the beat. "It was a really interesting process shooting this video because the effect work was all done in post-production," Rosie told The FADER over email. "So we had to put a huge amount of trust in the team and imagine what everything would look like after. The video process reminded me of writing ‘Worry Bout Us’ with Travis [Machinedrum]—there has to be an unspoken trust and openness of where you’re both headed creatively. Often it doesn’t work, but when it does it's big!"