Psychic Twin’s “Water Meets Land” Is A Surreal Trip To Self-Healing

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Photo: Julia Brokaw

Psychic Twin, the solo project of Erin Fein has dropped the video for “Water Meets Land.” Directed by Adam Weinberg, the video is a choreographic journey of self-healing through haunting and dreamy visuals. Watch below:

“I have gone back and forth what feels like 1,000 times on whether I should be more specific when discussing what this video is actually about. No one would really be able to discern the underlying meaning if I don’t speak about it, and that is why I realize, in this case, that I have to. I feel if I don’t, it undermines what the purpose of this song and these visuals really were for me. A platform to process and discuss what it’s like to survive sexual assault. I, like so many people, endured a really difficult situation in my former place of work and it took me many years to talk about it. It was only with the strength of the other women affected that I was able to confront it at all. This video, for me, is a visual depiction of the process of confronting that internal pain and forgiving myself for what I thought I was my fault. Learning to love myself again and to care for myself the way one needs to, to survive what it feels like to be violated like that. To anyone who may read this, I want you to know you’re not alone and you can contact me personally, if you want advice on how to proceed if you’ve been in a similar situation.”

“Water Meets Land” is Psychic Twin’s first new music since 2016 and a glimpse into her upcoming second album, which will be out in 2020. The gal will be playing across LA in the next few weeks, so don’t miss her:

11.17.19 – The Altadena House – Los Angeles, CA

12.10.19 – The Hi Hat – Los Angeles, CA (All proceeds are going to the LA LGBT Youth Center)