Paris Jackson shares video for Andy Hull collaboration ‘Eyelids’

The Manchester Orchestra frontman produced Jackson's 2020 debut solo album

Paris Jackson has shared a new video for ‘Eyelids’, her collaborative single with Manchester Orchestra frontman Andy Hull – watch it below.

Hull produced and co-wrote Jackson’s 2020 debut album ‘Wilted’.

In the dark, atmospheric new black-and-white video, Jackson and Hull circle each other and intertwine over the emotional track. Watch the new visual below.

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Discussing her admiration of Hull and their collaboration together, Jackson told Billboard: “Manchester Orchestra was the soundtrack to the most vital time in my life in regards to mourning and becoming who I am today.

“[Hull’s] voice has guided me through some of the roughest times where I really had to lean into healthy coping skills, and to hear [him] singing lyrics from my heart was one of the coolest things in the world. I remember just being so blown away that I physically leaned back in my chair and was gripping the armrest.”

Reviewing ‘Wilted’ upon its release in 2020, NME wrote: “Haunting layered vocals, gleaming electric guitar licks and weird chord progressions permeate ‘Wilted’, and the album is at its best when these alt-rock elements are at the forefront.

“‘Wilted’ feels caught between the twee folksy pop of Paris Jackson’s previous releases with The Soundflowers and the bewildering alt-rock icon she may become. As a musical introduction, it’s enthralling, inconsistent and, at times, excellent. Ultimately, this is a glimpse of the artist that Jackson could be.”

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Elsewhere, Jackson, also a model and actress, has signed up to play Jesus in upcoming independent film Habit.

The film follows “a street-smart party girl with a Jesus fetish who gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a nun”.

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