Seasons are changing and the breezy joys of love come into full bloom. Australian producer Max Byrne, better known as Golden Vessel, releases an intangible, and light production of love, on the new track and video for, “Tell The-Girl,” brought to life with vocals by Brisbane artist, Emerson Leif. The slow cascades of guitar progressions, rattles of snares, and soft electronic pinpoint a specific nostalgia as the track’s words drift off into realization
“The track lyrically explores the concept of love expressed in its most true form, unconditionally. A shift away from the commonly portrayed idea of affection being earned. To love someone for exactly who they are, where they are, how they are,” explains Byrne during a press release.
Displayed through color, repetition, and stillness, director Annelise Hickey strips down the track’s heart onto the next step of Byrne’s “unconditional” concept. Opening with simple long shots and cycles of common chores, Byrne and Leif become the two focal points to eventually break from the norm of yellow attire.
Byrne continued to explain, “The video explores the movement of the song, and reflects on being stuck in the dull mindset of suburban life.”
“Tell The-Girl” becomes a dreamscape of heavenly thoughts through its’ cotton candy synths and serene attitude, structured through the mind of Byrne and delivered intimately through Leif.
Taken from Golden Vessel’s forthcoming 2nd EP, via Exist Recordings