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K. Flay has dropped a new video for her massive bop, ’Sister’

It arrives ahead of an October tour.
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Published: 4:16 pm, July 31, 2019
K. Flay has dropped a new video for her massive bop, ’Sister’

K. Flay has dropped a new video for ’Sister’.

A cut from her recently released (5*) album ‘Solutions’, the clip was shot in Downtown Los Angeles with director Clara Aranovich.

“Fun fact: we filmed the sister video backwards,” K. Flay says, “so like, i had to learn the chorus lyrics backwards which melted my brain.”

It arrives ahead of an October tour, which will see her perform in Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and London:

OCTOBER
18 Birmingham, UK - O2 Academy2
19 Bristol, UK - Thekla
21 Glasgow, UK - St Luke’s
22 Manchester, UK - Gorilla
23 London, UK - Heaven

Check out ‘Sister’ below.

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