Madeline Kenney takes us to the stunning natural landscapes of Cazadero, CA in her new self-directed video “Picture of You.” A dreamy piece with blooming melancholia, “Picture of You” sprayed with imagination, love, heartbreak, and empathy where Madeline muses on some of the unreachable sides of our loved ones. Watch below:
“I had this brief moment where I was looking at someone I love and I realized that I could never truly know everything they had been through, or understand their whole life and experiences from their perspective, even if by loving them I felt like I was getting so close to that kind of understanding,” said Kenney of the song. “It broke my heart in a way. I wish I could know and hold everything for a person but I can’t, and at the same time I wish I could do that for the past versions of myself. Maybe that’s more attainable.”
“Picture Of You” is from Madeline’s upcoming album Sucker’s Lunch, which will be out on July 31st.
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