Anousheh Shows Her “Bones” With New Video

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Electro-Pop artist ANOUSHEH has just launched her latest, buzz-worthy video “Bones.” ANOUSHEH’s fresh style combines Pop sensibilities that offers a unique, and slightly nostalgic sound for your ears. The songstress has been garnering the praise of fans and critics alike who can’t get enough of her hypnotic vocals and captivating instrumentation.

Anousheh says of the video:

“Hunter Brumfield (director) had a vision for this video, and I was instantly smitten with the story that he wanted to tell. Two heroines emerge from a delicately dystopian setting, a dreamlike world tinged with decay and diffused light. They find themselves connecting with each other against the pull of their hypnotic and mundane surroundings, and in the act of their escape– they find their love for each other, and ultimately their own Paradise. The song aggressively explores the complexities of love, and the video subtly confronts more predictable depictions of age and sexuality. Despite these confrontations, the essence of the message is pure: love is complicated, unexpected, and worthwhile.  Considering the relatively poisonous times that we are living in, I am proud to have helped create something that feels a bit more like an antidote.”

Anousheh is known for her epic melodies, and the Grammy-nominated songwriter has captivated audiences both overseas and in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia. Drawing early influences from some of her 90’s music idols like Tori Amos, Bjork, and Radiohead, her songwriting style has always been rooted in introspection and metaphor. As an adult, Anousheh’s love of pop music, hip hop and indie rock has focused her songwriting into hook-driven, thoughtful pop songs– and in line with artists like Tove Lo, Ellie Goulding and Halsey.

Watch the video for “Bones” here:

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