Today, Laurence-Anne unveils Indigo, the first single off her sophomore album, due out later this year via Bonsound. This song follows the release of her EP and short film Accident in August 2020, and her debut album Première apparition (2019). The single’s visuals take shape in the video under the creativity of Matthew Rankin, to whom we owe the film The Twentieth Century.
Shot on 16mm film, the music video for Indigo features Laurence-Anne as a ghostly entity who appears and disappears through thick smoke. Textured, intense, shiny and chaotic, the video creates the sensation of being caught up in an electrical storm, and Laurence-Anne is the vortex. She’s the air, the electricity, she travels across the universe.
Through her poetic lyrics, the Montreal artist draws a purplish-blue outline of a secret relationship that becomes unbearable. She whispers lyrics that translate to "You told me your secret name / The night fell from the sky / We didn’t believe in the morning / Nor in waking up" over a catchy, sharp rhythm and a muffled groove.