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Self Esteem dances about her hometown in the new video for 'In Time'

"I wanted to nod to the ending of Fleabag as an Easter egg," she says.
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Published: 7:27 pm, August 13, 2019
Self Esteem dances about her hometown in the new video for 'In Time'

Self Esteem has shared a new video for ‘In Time’.

The latest single from her debut album ‘Compliments Please’, the video was shot in her hometown.

“This song was the last I had written for the album,” Rebecca explains. “I thought I was spent and then suddenly from nowhere this came. When it came to making the video all I could think to do was shoot me dancing through my home town.

“Every time I am under the wave badly I come home, sleep in my childhood bed, power walk over the pit top listening to Katy Perry. This system has literally saved my life at times and my poor parents can’t move anywhere else more exotic because what the fuck would I do, right?!

“I wanted to nod to the ending of Fleabag as an Easter egg to my fellow fuck ups who felt so deeply and intensely SEEN by that show. Life is a slog but you can manage - it’s okay, you’ll be fine, step right left baby in time! (And have 8 insane dancers to play with).”

Check out ‘In Time’ below.

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