Sunday, March 23, 2014

Maggie - “Tidal Waves and Hurricanes"

Pop songwriter, Maggie, debuts a beautifully cinematic video for her new single "Tidal Waves And Hurricanes" this month.  A tried and true performer that counts Bonnie Raitt and Carole King as influences, Maggie has spent most of her life writing songs and performing in venues across the United States and Canada. Her time on the Nashville songwriting circuit  garnered the attention of Canadian label Linus Entertainment, who promoted and released her debut album "Now Hear Me Out" in 2012. Her soulful, vocally infused pop immediately captured the attention of the masses that saw her on tour with The Bangles and Carly Rae Jepsen. Her experience on the pop scene eventually landed her in Los Angeles, where she dove deeper into the art of songwriting and focused her efforts on a more personal introspective brand of pop music that is both inspiring and uplifting. On her new single, "Tidal Waves And Hurricanes" she battles her insecurities by facing them down head first and demanding that they take a backseat to her dreams. The dynamic video for the track is no different.

Official video Tidal Waves and Hurricanes -

The scenic video for "Tidal Waves and Hurricanes" takes the listener on a visual journey that captures the free spirit of the track itself. It affirms the belief that in new places and discoveries you uncover truths within yourself, and that every step we take, is taking us down the path that we were meant to follow. From the rolling coastal waves crashing on the sand to the parched deserts that disappear into the blue skies, it's a stunning glimpse of nature that inspires exploration. With lyrics that are about exploring your fears and allowing yourself to face down your demons, director Mobi captures the essence of the story, developing it beautifully within the folds of the visual story. It is a flawless companion to the soulful music and heartfelt story, a beautifully artistic work that you have to watch again and again.

Thank you Austin.

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