New Music Video: Green Porcelain – Rebecca Phillips

Having recently unveiled the Addison Groove Remix of her latest single, REBECCA PHILLIPS  now revealed the official video for ‘Green Porcelain’.

Filmed on a Google Pixel camera, Phillips explains that “the song and the video both centre around fragility and the feeling of violence that occurs when what is familiar, valued or even treasured becomes unfamiliar and begins to alienate us. The subversion of the ‘domestic space’ was important to realising my vision for the film because what should be ‘homely’ becomes dysfunctional. The film was shot on a Google Pixel camera to give the footage an invasive, voyeuristic and home-made sensibility”.

‘Green Porcelain’ follows the success of Rebecca’s debut single ‘Burnt Peach’ (i-D, CLASH, Resident Advisor).

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Song of the Day: Green Porcelain – Rebecca Phillips

REBECCA PHILLIPS makes her entry on the blog’s top spot with latest offering ‘Green Porcelain’.

The R&B Experimentalist delicately lay her rich vocals over a glitchy, electronic soundscape that lures you right into her world.

On the release, Rebecca says: “Green Porcelain may be beautiful to look at but it’s a cold material and can shatter easily. Ultimately the track explores fragility framed through multiple guises and visual metaphors, mostly in the form of physical materials and textures. It could be asking the listener: can you enjoy a connection when it’s striking appearance leaves you emotionally distant?”

The North Londoner’s debut ‘Burnt Peach’ received praise from the likes of i-D, CLASH, Resident Advisor to name a few – as well as receiving radio play from BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Jamz Supernova.

Click play on ‘Green Porcelain’…and if you like what you hear, look out for the Addison Groove Remix and Official Video before the end of the year.