Miya Folick releases new video for ‘Stock Image’

Miya Folick releases new track ‘Stock Image’

The track is taken from the singer-songwriter’s upcoming debut album.

Earlier this year Miya Folick followed up last year’s ‘Give It To Me’ EP with the excellent ‘Deadbody’. Now she’s back with the video for new single ‘Stock Image’. 

According to a press release the song is taken from her upcoming debut album, which is being produced by Charli XCX, Angel Olsen and Sky Ferreira collaborator Justin Raisen. 

Of the track, Miya says: “Stock Image is the conversation you have with yourself when you’re feeling lost and your colour has faded. When you’re too focused on inhabiting a certain image and then suddenly you realise your insides are empty, that you’re just a frame. I wrote it from a place of feeling shallow and grey and wanting to feel Full! Deep! Vibrant! I hope it makes you feel lush and coloured in.”

Watch the video below. 

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