Talk To Her – “Set Me Free” (video) [Threshold Premiere]

| Maio 29, 2020 9:55 am

In May last year, we crossed paths with the Italian darlings Talk To Her who were visiting Portugal as a band for the first time. Hidden among an existential blackness and an expansive passion, there was a music soul ready to put the listener on fire with such contagious energy and vigorous attitude behind. Presenting the four invigorating tracks of their latest debut EP Home
it was with the new upcoming singles, back to those days, that Talk To Her conquered the Portuguese public and started to make grow their musical seeds between the European underground scene.

In the following months after the show, we had to wait to finally be able to catch the live versions of the new songs, that already emancipated its potential as a live band. Seized by their frivolous love with the debut Love Will Come Again, Talk To Her has made clear that besides a professional live act they are those darlings making music with a passion. Presented with the incendiary track “Ibisco”, it was on February 14th, Valentine’s Day, that their love letter came to public eyes: a mature and cohesive album with increased quality in its spectrum.

Continuing the journey in the presentation of Love Will Come Again, Talk To Her shows us now a brand new music video for the theme “Set Me Free”. Portraying the decadence of society in a pandemic world, the Italians focus now on exploring signs of hope, with a reminder message of the importance of being free. “Set Me Free” was produced by Matteo Scarpa (Kill Your Boyfriend) and the video – that can be watched now with this premiere – was directed by Daniele Bagolin. You can now watch the result below:

About the new video the band advances:

Set Me Free talks about the end of the torment, the liberation so desired and suffered to be experienced as an expiation. A song that describes the end of an already finished love, in a dimension where every feeling is lived in the shadow of nostalgia.

Love Will Come Again was released on February 14th, 2020 through the labels Icy Cold Records and Shyrec in both CD and vinyl versions. You can buy your copy here before it runs out of stock.