Watch Billie Marten shares new single ‘Human Replacement’

Billie Marten shares new single 'Human Replacement'

It comes ahead of the release of her new album this week.

With her new record ‘Flora Fauna’ arriving on Friday via Fiction Records, Billie Marten is giving us the final teaser of what to expect, sharing new single ‘Human Replacement’.

Accompanied by a new video directed by the award winning creative Joe Wheatley, Billie explains, “This video is absolutely needed to match the message of the song, which was initially something I shied away from talking about. As creative discussions began between Joe Wheatley and I it became incredibly important to convey the absurdity of simply not being able to go out anywhere at night as a woman particularly, without that hideous stone-cold fear of what might happen to you. Hence every woman in the video needing the comfort and protection of full army gear to carry out the simplest of everyday tasks (like going for a run or walking home from work) and every man is without it. My trusty safety tank gets me to the shop for a pint of milk. It’s a deliberately absurd illustration of a disturbingly real problem that needed to be addressed.”

Watch it now below.

‘Flora Fauna’ Tracklisting:
1. Garden Of Eden
2. Creature Of Mine
3. Human Replacement
4. Liquid Love
5. Heaven
6. Ruin
7. Pigeon
8. Kill The Clown
9. Walnut
10. Aquarium

See Billie live at the following dates:

31 - Y Not Festival, Derbyshire

12 - The Joiners Arms, Southampton
13 - Boardmasters Festival, Newquay
29 - Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

12 - Lancaster Library, Lancaster
16 - Stereo, Glasgow
17 - O2 Academy, Leicester
18 - Jericho Tavern, Oxford
19 - Leadmill, Sheffield
21 - Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
24 - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
28 - The Portland Arms, Cambridge
29 - Academy 3, Manchester
30 - EartH, London

02 - Ipswich Sound City, Ipswich
03 - The Boileroom, Guildford
08 - FOCUS Wales, Wrexham
09 - Are You Listening? Festival, Reading
10 - Tunbridge Wells Forum, Tunbridge Wells
16 - Wild Paths Festival, Norwich

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