Teaming up with the Coyle-Larner bros for the vid, Arlo Parks has shared the visuals for new sizzler ‘Eugene’. Exploring difficult feelings towards a friend, Arlo explains of the gorgeous track, “it explores the agony, jealousy and confusion that comes to light when the lines between platonic and romantic love blur”.
With Loyle Carner and his brother Ryan hopping behind the camera for their directorial debut, the accompanying video expertly shows Arlo’s story, with Ryan noting, “Arlo’s enigmatic voice perfectly complements our visual style, the track is banging.”
“I was so grateful to be able to work with the Coyle-Larner brothers,” Arlo adds. “They created such an intimate visual that really allows for a million different interpretations - it was a very special moment for me.”
Watch the stunning visuals below now.
See Arlo Parks live at the following dates:
24 – Berghain Kantine – Berlin - SOLD OUT
26 – Botanique - Brussels
27 – Bitterzoet - Amsterdam
28 – La Boule Noire - Paris
03 - Rough Trade - Bristol - SOLD OUT
04 - Bethnal Green Working Men's Club [ Annie Mac Presents ] - London SOLD OUT
05 - Social - Nottingham - SOLD OUT
06 - Headrow House - Leeds - SOLD OUT
09 - Yes - Manchester
10 - King Tuts - Glasgow
11 - Grand Social - Dublin
16 - Green Door Store – Brighton - SOLD OUT
17 - Hoxton Hall - London - SOLD OUT
18-22 - SXSW - Austin, Texas [ debut US dates ]
26 – Roundhouse – London [ as support to Easy Life ]
9 - Moroccan Lounge - Los Angeles
14 - Baby’s All Right - New York
14 - The Great Escape - Brighton
24 - This Is Tomorrow - Newcastle
06 - Puls Open Air - Kaltenberg
12 - Lovebox - London
10 - NASS Festival - Shepton Mallet
17 - Melt Festival - Ferropolis
21 - Dockville - Hamburg
28 - Lost Village - Lincolnshire
03 - End Of The Road - Wiltshire
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