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Jorja Smith has unveiled an emotional new video for 'Goodbyes'

“Goodbyes is a song for anyone who has not been able to say their last words," she says.
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Published: 12:09 pm, June 11, 2019
Jorja Smith has unveiled an emotional new video for 'Goodbyes'

Jorja Smith has unveiled her brand new video for 'Goodbyes'.

Taken from her album 'Lost & Found', the track sees Jorja discussing the process of mourning and regret after someone passes. The clip was directed by Jorja’s long-term collaborator Rashid Babiker, and shot at Jorja’s home.

She explains: “Goodbyes is a song for anyone who has not been able to say their last words; to say goodbye to someone. Rashid and I filmed the video at home. I just sang as I wanted to create a homely feel. Then me and my friends set off fire lanterns for the people we miss.”

Watch 'Goodbyes' below.

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