Amy Shark has shared the music video for her ‘Cry Forever’ standout ‘Worst Day Of My Life’, serving as the album’s momentous seventh single.
Directed by James Chappell (a two-time ARIA winner for Best Music Video, both in 2019 and 2020 for his work with Guy Sebastian), the clip sees Shark stumbling through a day in which the universe is certainly not on her side, throwing at her broken guitar strings, wet paint, lawn clippings, hot chips and bird poop – among other lamentable affairs.
Take a look at the video for ‘Worst Day Of My Life’ below:
‘Worst Day Of My Life’ is the seventh track from ‘Cry Forever’ to be minted as a single, joining ‘Everybody Rise’ (which scored Shark her second consecutive win at the Queensland Music Awards for Highest Selling Single), ‘C’mon’ (featuring Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker), ‘All The Lies About Me’, ‘Love Songs Ain’t For Us’ (which was co-written with Ed Sheeran and features a Keith Urban guest spot), ‘Baby Steps’ and the eponymous ‘Amy Shark’.
Her second full-length effort under the Amy Shark moniker, ‘Cry Forever’ was released back in April through Wonderlick/Sony.
NME labelled it one of their highlights for the month, writer David James Young saying: “Five years removed from breakthrough ‘Adore’, this Gold Coast native has gone through a whirlwind of emotions and experiences that most can’t fit into entire lifespans. ‘Cry Forever’ attempts to both document and process this, boasting A-listers like Ed Sheeran and Keith Urban without ever losing sight of the ever-moving Shark.”
Shark is currently midway through an arena tour in support of ‘Cry Forever’, with the Brisbane-native popstar yet to take the stage in Hobart, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne. Tickets for these remaining gigs are on sale via her website.