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LILY MOORE RELEASES BRAND NEW VIDEO FOR ‘WHY DON’T YOU LOOK AT ME’

Brighton based singer/songwriter, Lily Moore is a woman of many talents in her new video for the recent single ‘Why Don’t You look at Me’, out now on Virgin EMI/Closer Records.

Lily says, “for the video I didn’t want to do anything too serious so I basically lost the plot and decided it would be funny to have loads of different Lilys that don’t get looked at.”

The video is directed by Greg Barnes and it is set in the all too familiar backroom of a pub.  Lily is seen auditioning a collection of increasingly bizarre acts, all of which seem to have one thing in common.Watch it here

 “Why Don’t You Look At Me is about a relationship that starts to lose its spark” Lily explains of the track itself. “The honeymoon days, where you can’t stop thinking about each other, going on crazy dates and showing them off to everyone, are long over. You’re now eating beans on toast on the sofa and barely looking or talking to each other. It’s a realisation that maybe he’s just not that into you anymore.”

The 20-year-old grew up listening to the soul masters like Etta James, Lauryn Hill and Sam Cooke and developed her own stripped-back style with a unique neo-soul sound.

On the 19th June her own curated regular live music night will be returning this time to the 100 Club with a brilliant line up: Millie Turner, Sam Johnson and a special guest!

In the past the residency, appropriately called ‘More Moore at Mau Mau,’ has featured slots from the likes of Tom Grennan, Will Heard and Mathilda Homer.

Live Date:

19th June – The 100 Club (More Moore) – London

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