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Marika Hackman's got a smash-ing new video for 'the one'

Attitude and violence meet in the new clip.
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Published: 2:56 pm, July 11, 2019
Marika Hackman's got a smash-ing new video for 'the one'

Marika Hackman has debuted a brand new video for her super-duper latest track 'the one'.

An exceptional entry in the photocopier-based-pop-star-attitude category, it features both some grand level posturing and some quality baseball bat action. What more could you ask for?

Directed by Louis Bhose (Michael Kiwanuka, Lewis Capaldi, Loyle Carner), you can check out the video below.

'the one' is lifted from Marika's brand new album 'Any Human Friend', which is set to arrive on 9th August via AMF Records. Described by Marika as "probably the poppiest song I've ever written", she explains the plot of the video as "the imagined rockstar in me performs with gusto as the mediocre, let-down version of me watches."

No version of you is a let-down, Marika. You're a stone cold ledge.

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