Soliloquy Delivers Striking Visuals For ‘Spell On Me’

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Intensely relatable and sincerely inviting in its approach, Soliloquy releases the film clip for the artistically quirky Spell On Me.

The clip portrays the MC building and breaking some kind of a relationship; pushing and pulling on the idiosyncrasies we all commonly battle when we carry a connection into our daily lives. Lyrically, the song narrates a love-hate narrative, whilst visually, an inescapable smile invades our faces as we too recount our own unforgettable, unshakeable, inextinguishable moments.

The clip is a stunning representation of the enchantment we’ve all been held captive to when love takes over.

I wanted to capture that feeling of self-hatred when you allow your love for someone to consume you. It was really vital for me that I found the right director to visually represent this, and Eugenie did such a wonderful job at creating a world around the music. It’s exactly the world I wanted to share.” – Soliloquy

Vivid in its storytelling, the short film style piece was directed by Eugenie Muggleton, collaborating with Production Company Quiet Giant and co-writer Tegan Crowley (who also appears in the clip). Spell On Me is heart-wrenching evidence that Soliloquy has more great things in store with his forthcoming album There We Were.