One voice. One guitar. Ten killer songs. Recorded by Charlene Soraia alone in her South London flat – with no edits, no autotune and mostly in one take – Where’s My Tribe is an album of raw and simple beauty.
While waiting for the arrival of South London singer Charlene Soraia’s forthcoming album Where’s My Tribe (due January 25th via Peacefrog), Charlene shares the music video for the title track. The clip, directed by Kojey Radical collaborators The Rest, is a nuanced and contemporary look at human connection. The video bathes Charlene in soft lighting while the camera takes in artful shots of various characters enjoying and enduring the highs and lows of adolescence.
Speaking about the video, Charlene said “The Rest were really understanding of the fact that I wasn’t entirely comfortable with being the main protagonist, so they developed a short film to explore the enmeshed and entwined lives of a tribe of teenagers ‘Where’s My Tribe’ is the first music video to be cut from that film. The Rest likened me to a silent observer in the film and it’s a title I instantly connected to. Maybe there’s a little silent observer in all of us? A little loner… maybe those who have these experiences are the tribe? “?