Following up from last week’s single release, ‘Like Yesterday’, Alex Stamp is now following up with a mesmerising music video, directed by Ross Stirling and Alessia Lendrum. Here’s the full-length feature:
Not a stranger to the music industry, Alex was previously part of different successful musical endeavours: from the chart-topping J-pop group ‘Industrial Salt’ to the British-based electro band ‘Take Aim Fire’. Jumping on both keyboards and vocals, versatility is one of Stamp’s best qualities, allowing her to always reinvent herself. This year she is focusing on her solo project, leading up to an EP release in a short while, and gaining Netflix placements thanks to her publishing deal with OML Sync.
‘Like Yesterday’ is an exquisite folk-number, drenched in melancholy and kindness. Produced by Nick Brine at Rockfield Studios, the track “came together extremely quickly”, with the “piano and vocal parts written within an hour”. Using music as a cathartic exercise, Alex Stamp narrates the story of a previous relationship. About the track, she describes: “You can’t be in control of other people’s decisions and actions – sometimes the only thing you can do is let it go and leave them to it.”
Stream ‘Like Yesterday’ on Spotify: