Forward of the discharge of her new album Labyrinth this Friday (April 7), Heather Woods Broderick has supplied yet another preview. It’s known as ‘Wherever I Go’, and it follows earlier cuts ‘Blood Run By Me’, ‘Crashing Towards the Solar’, and ‘Admiration’. The monitor arrives with an accompanying Jeremy Johnstone-directed video, which you’ll take a look at under.
“The video for ‘Wherever I Go’ is in regards to the juxtaposition of getting some enjoyable, and letting go towards the repetitive nature of day by day life,” Broderick defined in an announcement. “The track has each a variety of irony and power in it, and we wished to replicate this visually. The duality within the lyrics is paralleled contained in the day that takes place within the video. The repetitions in day by day life are playfully represented within the suburban scenes embellished by glitchy/GIF companions, and the vast open panorama photographs replicate the free, pure pleasure that exists inside every day in case you go discover it. The video was conceptualized and directed by Jeremy Johnstone. Motion route by Kacie Boblitt. It options Juliet Johnstone, Erick Eiser, Elke Shari Van den Broeck, Daniel Sparks, and Corrina Repp.”