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Arlo Parks' new video for 'Eugene' was directed by Loyle Carner and his brother, Ryan

"It was a very special moment for me."
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Published: 3:21 pm, February 12, 2020
Arlo Parks' new video for 'Eugene' was directed by Loyle Carner and his brother, Ryan

Arlo Parks has shared a new video for her single 'Eugene'.

The clip was directed by The Coyle-Larner Brothers, Ben (aka Loyle Carner) and Ryan, and it arrives ahead of shows throughout February, March, and beyond.

"[The song] explores the agony, jealousy and confusion that comes to light when the lines between platonic and romantic love blur," Arlo explains.

Of the video, she adds: "I was so grateful to be able to work with the Coyle-Larner brothers. They created such an intimate visual that really allows for a million different interpretations - it was a very special moment for me."

Check out 'Eugene' below.

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