Shy Girls Releases Video For New Single 'Hallelujah'
Shy Girls just released his new music video for "Hallelujah." The track is the first single from Shy Girls' upcoming project and the video is directed by the artist, who also designed and built the set. The video is an imagination of tranquility that is inspired by the times "when we break through the aimless recurring cycles of life and have moments of clarity."
Shy Girls "Hallelujah" (Official Video) -
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Shy Girls, the moniker for artist Dan Vidmar, first came to attention in 2013 with his slow burning, sax-tinged "Under Attack," garnering an impressive review from Pitchfork. He followed that up with the release of his buzzed-about Timeshare EP, subsequent 4WZ mixtape and - most recently - the progressive and cinematic opus Salt, which was his full-length debut. Often credited as one of the driving forces in the emergence of the PBR&B subgenre, Shy Girls has earned praise from The Fader, Highsnobiety, Nylon and many more. Shy Girls has collaborated with artists such as Cyril Hahn, Tei Shi, Young Thug, Rome Fortune, Junglepussy, and ODESZA, and has toured with HAIM, Little Dragon, and Maxwell. He's preparing to release his second full-length project in 2019.