New England artist Tancred taps into the queasy blues in the aftermath of one-night stands in her new track “Queen of New York.” The video depicts Tancred laying on her bed singing, wearing a business casual (?) outfit. The use of noir cinematography adds a classic aesthetic touch to it that makes Tancred look like a film character from the 40s. Watch below:
In regards to the track, Tancred explained that it “is primarily about the internal reflection the next day, but I also wanted to include the smallest impression of moments therein where you really connect with someone in an emotional way, even if you both know it’s just for the night.”
“Queen of New York” is from Tancred’s upcoming album Nightstand, which will be out on June 1st via Polyvinyl Record.
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