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Check out Caroline Polachek's brand new video for 'So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings'

The song is taken from her forthcoming solo album 'Pang'.
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Published: 7:21 am, October 03, 2019
Check out Caroline Polachek's brand new video for 'So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings'

Caroline Polachek has released the video for her track 'So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings'. The song is taken from her forthcoming solo album 'Pang'.

The clip takes place in a "fiery hellscape" and is co-directed with visual artist Matt Copson.

Caroline explains: "The song is about being painfully far away from someone you're crazy about but still trying to keep your cool, which as everyone knows is a private kind of hell. I was thinking about the watercolor scenes in Ren and Stimpy where they'd depict the inside of their minds, and also the sequence in Disney's Little Mermaid when Ariel's voice gets pulled out of her…it's all so psychological. But the thing about personal hell is there's a lot of time to kill and there'd better be a dance routine…so I played with the shapes from American line dancing and Scottish folk dance - they both have lots of kicking and stomping and hands on hips."

'Pang' is set to be released on 18th October. You can check out the video for 'So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings' below.

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