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Travel in time and space with dodie's new video for 'If I'm Being Honest'

Y'know how it is when you meet your future self and your crashed spaceship.
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Published: 11:00 am, November 30, 2018 Photos: Kyle Jones.
Travel in time and space with dodie's new video for 'If I'm Being Honest'

Online sensation dodie has dropped a brand new video for her recent single 'If I'm Being Honest'.

It's the latest track to arrive from her 'Human' EP, which is set for release on 18th January. Now packing a clip starring Ari Fitz and directed by Dom Fera, you can check it out first on Dork below.

Filmed in LA over the summer, it sees a young girl encounter a crashed spaceship, piloted by her future self. Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff, basically. "This music video reflects on the theme of accepting the parts of yourself you’re afraid of, and learning to forgive and love yourself through anything,” dodie explains.

dodie is set to hit the road next year to support the EP, kicking off a European run in Belgium on 10th February. She'll hit the UK and Ireland on 13th March in Bristol, before playing shows in Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, Nottingham, Manchester and Norwich. She'll finish up the run with a huge sold out show at London's Roundhouse. Not bad going, eh?

The dates read:

February
10 De Roma, Antwerp, Belgium
11 Le Trabendo, Paris, France
13 Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL
14 Die Kantine, Cologne, Germany
15 Grünspan, Hamburg, Germany
17 Fryshuset, Stockholm, Sweden
18 Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway
19 Lille Vega, Copenhagen, DK
21 C-Club, Berlin, Germany
22 Proxima, Warsaw, Poland
23 Vienna Arena, Austria
25 Ampere, Munich, Germany
26 Plaza, Zurich, Switzerland
27 Legend Club, Milan, Italy

March
01 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain
02 KAPITAL, Madrid, Spain
13 O2 Academy Bristol, UK
14 O2 Academy Birmingham, UK
15 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK
17 Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
18 Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
20 Rock City, Nottingham, UK
21 Manchester Academy, UK
23 UEA LCR, Norwich, UK
24 The Roundhouse, London, UK

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