Kara Marni’s “Move” video is pure motivation

Watch the bright new visuals from the U.K. artist.

October 15, 2018

Let the new video from London's Kara Marni kick your week into life. The song, Marni's first since she dropped her Love Just Ain't Enough EP in May, is a playful middle finger to bad energy everywhere. Over a warm and inviting beat filled with bubbling synths and a killer bassline, the 21 year-old sings of an ex in withering terms. She wraps her soulful popstar vocals around lines about "another memory I've outgrown," showing us all the way forward.


The video, shot in London's Battersea Town Hall, is a bold and confident accompaniment to the track which packs plenty of color into its nostalgic '90s aesthetic. Speaking to The FADER via email, Kara said of the video: “Much like the sonics of the track I wanted to also give a visual nod to the 90s. I’m really happy we captured that stylistically. This one is for anyone finding the strength to turn their back on a bad situation. I hope when you watch it makes you feel empowered and reminds you of your own worth!”

Kara Marni supports Raye on her October U.K. tour and will headline London's Hoxton Bar and Kitchen on November 14.

Kara Marni’s “Move” video is pure motivation