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Head on over to ‘Pringle Creek’, with the new video from Ellis

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Published: 4:20 pm, May 12, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Ebru Yildiz.
Head on over to ‘Pringle Creek’, with the new video from Ellis

Ellis has revealed a swooning new video for ‘Pringle Creek’

A blossoming track that builds to a cinematic cathartic release, the video itself is full of earnest handheld camera footage. Speaking about the video, Ellis says: “I had previously recorded another version of this song and was nearly about to release it along with this video as a random single last summer but at the last minute, I changed my mind. I was in the process of writing the record and realized I wanted this track to be included on the album instead. I loved the song but we had sort of recorded it in a hurry and I wanted to give it the proper energy and attention I thought it deserved.

I wrote this song about falling in love in Whitby, Ontario so naturally Justin and I chose to shoot the video there. I loved the way it turned out, so when I decided not to release the song as planned I felt really sad about letting go of the video. When I went into the studio to re-record the song, I was adamant about keeping the same bpm as the original recording so that we could still use the video we had made. It feels like forever ago that we filmed this, but it brings back really nice memories for me and maybe it will bring you some nice feelings too.”

‘Pringle Creek’ is the opening track taken from Ellis’ debut album ‘Born Again’ - out now! So you can switch over to the streaming platform of your choosing and just plug on in. We’ll be there Dear Reader.

Before that, check out ‘Pringle Creek’ below:

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