Melbourne artist Gretta Ray pours her heart out in her new single and video “Passion.” It’s love song but far explosive and edgier that showcases a bolder side of the 22-year-old artist. “This is a different kind of song for me,” shared Gretta. “Conceptually it’s not narrative-driven like a lot of my other songs. ‘Passion’ is essentially a love song, but people have heard romantic music from me before. I feel like this is definitely turned up a notch.” The video, directed by Kyle Caulfield, captures Gretta performing at a gorgeous mansion – check it out:
On the video, she shared: “It’s everything I’ve wanted to do in a video since I was nine years old. It was shot at the Labassa mansion in Melbourne; everything’s antique and precious, a lot of the furniture is draped in sheets which makes the perfect look for the video. I’m really excited that this is the first thing people are going to see because it alludes to all that’s to come”
Be on the lookout for more music from the artist soon.
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