Watch Sharon Van Etten shares monochrome video for ‘Jupiter 4’

Sharon Van Etten shares monochrome video for ‘Jupiter 4’

The singer’s new album is due out this January.

One of the first songs recorded for her upcoming new record ‘Remind Me Tomorrow’, Sharon Van Etten now has a video for album track ‘Jupiter 4’.

The video is filmed in black and white and directed by Katherine Dieckmann, who first came into contact with Sharon when she wrote the score for her film ‘Strange Weather’.

Speaking of making the video, Sharon said: “I had been looking forward to collaborating with Katherine again since finishing our work together on her film in 2016. Since wrapping the film, she has not only been a guiding force in my work, but a light and guiding force in my life as well, sharing with me stories of how she and her husband made it work with two kids as artists living in New York and encouraging me to return to my music after my son was born. I asked if she would ever want to make a music video for me. She asked what the mood would feel like and I simply said ‘apocalyptic mom.’ And with that - she said ‘Absolutely.’ That’s why I love her so much.”

Katherine also added: ““It was a magical shoot, one meant to honour ‘Jupiter 4’’s combination of brooding ambience with searing declarations of passion. I still have to ask myself, is the love ‘so real,’ or is it actually unreal? The beauty of the song, and hopefully of the video too, is that it lets that mystery be.”

Watch the video and view Sharon’s upcoming tour dates below!

FEBRUARY
06 Washington DC, 9:30 Club
07 Philadelphia, Union Transfer
08 Boston, Royale
09 New York, Beacon Theatre
11 Toronto, Danforth Music Hall
13 Detroit, Majestic Theatre
14 Chicago, Thalia Hall
16 Minneapolis, First Avenue
18 Englewood, Gothic Theatre
19 Salt Lake City, Metro Music Hall
21 Portland, Crystal Ballroom
22 Vancouver, Imperial
23 Seattle, Neptune Theatre
26 San Francisco, The Fillmore
28 San Diego, The Observatory North Park

MARCH
01 Los Angeles, The Theatre at Ace Hotel
21 Birmingham, The Mill
22 Manchester, Albert Hall
23 Dublin, Vicar Street
24 Glasgow, St Luke’s
26 London, Roundhouse
27 Bristol, SWX
29 Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord
30 Brussels, Orangerie

APRIL
01 Paris, La Maroquinerie
02 Cologne, Luxor
03 Munich, Strom
05 Berlin, Lido
06 Hamburg, Grüenspan
07 Copenhagen, Studio 2 (DR Concert House)
09 Gothenburg, Pustervik
10 Oslo, Parkteatret
11 Stockholm, Kagelbanen

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