The clip picks up where the song left off, hoping to “normalise LGBTQ relationships” through music.
Directed by Jess Kohl, the music video opens with a brief spoken word passage, read by frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie.
“Life is full of tiny coincidences, pulling me to the exciting moment we met,” she says.
“My madness, only she could recognise and drowning in her own chaos. I saved her and she saved me.”
From there, the music video follows Baron-Gracie and her girlfriend, Kelsi Luck, as they explore a country estate. Watch the clip below:
Speaking about ‘She’s My Religion’ upon its release, Baron-Gracie said the track “isn’t the standard or typical love song”.
“Society depicts the dark sides to a person as unloveable and tends to only focus on the positive sides. I believe to love someone and their entirety creates a love that is freeing and truthful,” she wrote on Twitter.
“Someone that loves every part of you allows you to see and love those parts in yourself. I wanted to write a song that used pronouns because for so many years I didn’t in my music, and now I realise how important that is, to normalise LGBTQ relationships in a world that needs it. Love who you wanna love and embrace it.”
I hope you love it as much as I do 🖤 pic.twitter.com/ghfCmxkfwm
— HBG (@HBARONGRACIE) December 15, 2020
‘She’s My Religion’ is set to appear on the band’s second record, ‘Who Am I?’, which hits shelves on February 12. The album will be Baron-Gracie’s first with the band since coming out as gay.
“I’ve stepped onto a path of wanting to explore myself and I feel confident in myself and proud to own my sexuality,” she told NME earlier this year.
“I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.”