Tash Sultana has today (July 16) shared the video clip for ‘Greed’, their second single for 2020. The video sees Tash perform a multitude of instruments from their studio, including keyboard, bass guitar and tambourine. Watch it below:
Tash premiered the clip this morning (July 16), after first releasing the single on June 26.
“When you’re in high school, and people don’t give a fuck that you play the guitar or they bag you for trying to achieve some kind of musical goal,” Tash explained.
“Then all of a sudden, they’re trying to slide into your DMs to get a meet-and-greet or whatever!”
‘Greed’ follows the release of Tash Sultana’s single ‘Pretty Lady’ back in April. It is also likely the second single taken from their forthcoming album ‘Terra Firma’, which will follow up the highly successful 2018 debut album ‘Flow State’.
“Terra firma is the ground, the earth, you put your feet on it to remember where you are, what you’re from,” Tash explained to NME Australia earlier this year.
“It’s a reminder that we are only human at the end of the day. Part of one big system and no one really knows the answers to how and why.”
The release of ‘Greed’ followed on from Tash’s cover of ‘Through The Valley’, which dropped last month.
‘Through The Valley’ originally premiered in 2016 as part of the trailer for highly anticipated video game ‘The Last Of Us Part II’, which was released alongside Tash’s cover on June 19.