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Sky Ferreira teases ‘I Blame Myself’ music video – watch

The full video is set to debut tomorrow (April 16)

Sky Ferreira has released a teaser for the music video of her new single ‘I Blame Myself’.

The track follows the release of ‘You’re Not The One’ last year, and is taken from the singer’s debut album, ‘Night Time My Time’, which was released in the UK last month (March) after several delays.

The singer performed the track on The Tonight Show earlier this month (April 5). During the show, Ferreira discussed the filming of the music video, saying: “The video is going to be something that people wouldn’t really expect from me.”

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The full-length music video for ‘I Blame Myself’ is set to debut tomorrow (April 16).

Ferreira is currently supporting Miley Cyrus on her Bangerz tour across the US, yet recently had to cancel a number of shows after falling down an elevator shaft onstage and injuring her leg.

The singer fell during her performance in Anaheim, California, on February 21, and was hospitalised afterwards, needing 60 stitches in her leg.

In an interview with Buzzfeed, she discussed the incident, saying: “I had these St Laurent tights on that had beads in them. I touched my leg at one point and I’m like, ummm, there’s blood. I got off stage and I’m like, oh, wow, this is crazy, I just fell. Everyone looked down at my leg and they’re like, ‘You need to go to the emergency room.’ I looked down and I freaked the fuck out. My bone is out and the cut is like, four inches deep and five inches wide. I’ve never seen my body look like that before. It looked like, out of an Eli Roth movie.”

The singer has also been added to the line-up of Field Day festival, which takes place on June 7 and 8 in London’s Victoria Park.

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