Watch Self Esteem reveals the video for ‘Moody’

Self Esteem reveals the video for 'Moody'

“I’ve always wanted to make a version of Rihanna’s We Found Love but a more realistic representation of a relationship.”

Ahead of the release of her eagerly awaited new album ‘Prioritise Pleasure’ on 22nd October, Self Esteem is sharing the video for most recent single ‘Moody’.

“I’ve always wanted to make a version of Rihanna’s We Found Love but a more realistic representation of a relationship,” she says of the vid, which stars comedian Alistair Green. “Music video tropes are so fun and easy to execute and I’ve spent a lifetime trying to avoid them, but I wondered what happens if I just indulge in them. There is nothing more inevitable and sad as the slow demise of passion and enthusiasm for each other in a relationship. I personally avoid it happening these days, the way you become enemies. It’s age old heteronormative bullshit. The ‘ball and chain’ jokes. Fuck that. I wanted to play on that idea, highlight how boring and overdone it is”.

Revisit our interview with Self Esteem for our July issue now!

‘Prioritise Pleasure’ Tracklisting:
1. I’m Fine
2. Fucking Wizardry
3. Hobbies 2
4. Prioritise Pleasure
5. I Do This All The Time
6. Moody
7. Still Reigning
8. How Can I Help You
9. It’s Been A While
10. The 345
11. John Elton
12. You Forever
13. Just Kids

See Self Esteem live at the following dates:

22 - XOYO, Rough Trade, London (full band)
23 - Rough Trade, Nottingham (acoustic)
24 - Rough Trade, Bristol (acoustic)
25 - HMV Vault, Birmingham (acoustic)
26 - The Loft, Vinilo, Southampton (acoustic)
27 - The Old Fire Station, Vinilo, Bournemouth (acoustic)
28 - Resident, Brighton (acoustic)

01 - Fleece, Bristol (SOLD OUT)
02 - Wylam Brewery, Newcastle
03 - Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (SOLD OUT)
04 - O2 Academy, Oxford (SOLD OUT)
06 - The Bongo Club, Edinburgh
07 - Audio, Glasgow (SOLD OUT)
09 - The Workmans Club, Dublin
10 - Gorilla, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
11 - Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds (SOLD OUT)
12 - The Leadmill, Sheffield (SOLD OUT)
14 - Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich (SOLD OUT)
15 - Sub 89, Reading
16 - The Joiners, Southampton (SOLD OUT)
17 - Heaven, London (SOLD OUT)
19 - Elsewhere, Margate (SOLD OUT)
20 - Patterns, Brighton (SOLD OUT)
23 - Phoenix, Exeter
24 - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham (SOLD OUT)
25 - Metronome, Nottingham (SOLD OUT)

28 - The Parish, Huddersfield

01 – St Lukes, Glasgow
02 – Stylus, Leeds
03 – CHALK, Brighton
04 – Trinity, Bristol
23 – Cathedral, Manchester
24 – The Forum, London
25 – Octagon, Sheffield

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