Directed by Triana Hernandez with Nick Mckk handling cinematography, the video is meant to “give a nod” to Horsham, Gariwered – otherwise known as The Grampians – with Skye singing in a white dress against various natural landscapes, like country roads, mountains and sunsets.
Watch the music video for ‘Party Tricks’ below.
“Alice & I conceptualised ‘Party Tricks’ hoping to achieve emotional rawness at its best. As opposed to all previous clips we’ve worked on together, ‘Party Tricks’ has no narrative or twists,” Hernandez said of the video.
“[It’s] all one big visual avalanche of intensity, featuring sacred spaces where Alice grew up and where thousands of her childhood and teenage feelings were being safely held by country for years.
“When directing it, I felt like we were finally releasing these feelings into the ether, capturing them on camera and that’s what you witness in the video.”
‘Party Tricks’ is the fourth single we’ve heard from Skye’s forthcoming album ‘I Feel Better But I Don’t Feel Good’, due out on Friday July 23 via Briggs‘ label Bad Apples Music.