There’s no folly to be had as English singer Folly Rae commands her music with incredible strength and vision.
The video clip for Run For Cover, directed by Calum Creasey, is dark and moody shot depicting the volatile nature of young love. Reflecting on the constant power struggle and see-sawing needs for independence within young relationships – Folly Rae is writing the kind of tracks that offers the strength you need whilst fighting with a loved one or feeling lost within decisions that have been made. The vulnerability of Run For Cover is carried by a dark, heavy bass line and covered by the power of the beat. It’s the feeling of picking yourself back up after a loss.
Folly Rae’s latest track has been the product of a year working with Sticky Studios (the team behind Ed Sheeran and Paloma Faith) and I was so happy to see that she has been getting an immense amount of support from Huw Stephens and BBC Introducing. This chick is leading up to her upcoming EP which is set to be released in January 2015 and Run For Cover seems to be just the start of a super exciting next year.