Sydney indie rock outfit, Georgia June have just dropped their mesmerising new video for their recently released single ‘Try Again’. Directed and edited by Gabriel Gasparinatos, the video plays with light and darkness, showcasing the quiet frustration in dealing with a toxic friendship.
“‘Try Again’ was written about friendship,” says front woman Georgia. “I was despising someone for dragging me through emotional turmoil and being in this constant wheel where I would have to adhere to another's habits and self-destruction. However, it's also about my own inability to talk about it, and instead, I just shove everything under the rug, because I hate conflict, so I guess it's about hating that part of me as well.”
Since forming in 2017, Georgia June have gained a loyal following from both fans and media through constant touring; supporting the likes of Hippo Campus, The Preatures, Lime Cordiale and Ali Barter on their respective tours as well as festival billings at Falls Festival, Secret Garden, Bad Friday and Mountain Sounds.
Showing no signs of slowing down, the band are set to kick off their ‘Try Again’ headline tour next week, including performances at Yours and Owls Festival and Festival of the Sun. Head to their website for tour details.
Watch the video for ‘Try Again’ below and let us know your thoughts!