Singaporean musician Inch Chua has released a new music video for her latest single, ‘Do I, Do I’.
The video – which premiered on Wednesday (July 21) – features the singer executing dance choreography at the Pasir Panjang Power Station in Singapore. The visual sees Inch perform the same dance in two different settings – a light and dark variant that capture’s the song’s essence of “the toxic and intoxicating feeling of being in a bad abusive romance”.
Watch the music video below.
“This new era of me is really about trying new things and revisiting the things that bring me joy both musicially and in life. I’ve never been much of a dancer but definitely enjoyed dancing when no one is looking, with the trusty guidance of my choreographer sister, Venus Chun, along with a fun crew of collaborators. We were able to put this video together”, Chua said in a press statement.
‘Do I, Do I’ first released on June 25, and is an intricate slice of electronic pop, with Chua’s voice hardly rising above a whisper – the hush later broken by an electric guitar solo. Chua explained that the song “is ultimately about the journey of grieving, acceptance, and walking away and coming out a little stronger”.
‘Do I, Do I’ is the first track off Chua’s upcoming two-part EP, ‘Childish’. The first half of the project is scheduled to release in the fourth quarter of this year, while part two is slated to arrive sometime in 2022.
The new single also kicks off a bilingual era for the musician: she released a Mandarin version of the song, ‘欲擒故纵’, on July 2.
Prior to the release of ‘Do I, Do I’, Inch released a single entitled ‘Wishful Thinking’ with Singaporean singer-songwriter Jonny Ong in February. Last year, she released three songs: ‘Flags’, ’Taking Silence’, and ‘Peace, Love & Mistletoe’. Her last project was 2015’s ‘Letters To Ubin’.