Mimi Webb, recently released a video for her current single, “Good Without.” Directed by Pip + Lib, the clip begins with Mimi in her bedroom surrounded by her girlfriends. Soon, the post-breakup sorrow turns into ebullient energy. She tries on various outfits and undergoes a rejuvenating glam routine only to emerge more confident than ever alongside of her girl gang. The visual brings the lyrics to life as the chorus rings out, “I’m so good without.”
Of the video, Mimi commented, “It’s very girl power. You’re trying to get over it and move on, but you need your friends. It isn’t all heartbreak. We gave it a twist. If you’re in the middle of a breakup, no matter the stage, I want you to be able to relate. When your girls are behind you, you’re going to be alright.”
The singer/songwriter originally hailing from the UK town of Canterbury, is inspired by Amy Winehouse, Emelie Sandé, and Sam Smith, she started writing songs of her own at 13-years-old in diaries before eventually learning guitar. Around the same time, she enrolled in The BRIT School—known for alumni such as Adele, Amy Winehouse, Jessie J, and more. Three years later, she left home, moved in with a host family, and attended the prestigious BIMM [British Institute of Modern Music]. In 2019, she uploaded a handful of early compositions and collaborations online. During a New York City dinner with friend Charli D’Amelio just before Christmas, Mimi’s impromptu acapella (in the restaurant) exploded with nearly 20 million views, paving the way for a string of original fan favorites such as Before I Go, I’ll Break My Heart Again, Reasons, and Good Without.