Dahlia Sleeps Explores The Blurry Carnal & Emotional Boundaries In “Storm”

Soulful look into human interaction

Photo: Courtesy of Kartel

London quartet Dahlia Sleeps explores the smudged boundaries that we often experience with someone physically and emotionally in their new single “Storm.” The video, directed by Ruby Brown and Leo Taylor, features an intimate close-up to various characters that not only capture their physical traits, but also what they may be feeling. The soulful texture of the track provides a reflective and intimate space that captures the rare closeness two people can have. Watch below:

“It’s a song that feels truly us – I feel this comfort in it that I don’t think I’ve felt before,” shared vocalist Lucy. “I’ve been reading a tonne of poetry in the last year or so and that’s massively inspired me to step up in my writing. When you’re telling a story thats important to you, each word has to count for something. I think that philosophy runs through everything we’ve created on this upcoming EP.”

“Storm” is from the band’s new EP Love, Lost, which will be released on December 3rd. The band has a headline show coming up next month, so go check them out:

10/19 – OMEARA (London, UK)