Griff has shared a new video for her new single “Black Hole.” The song is accompanied by a new video, which sees the artist examine a past relationship through a, Alice in Wonderland’-esque journey from the sewing room into self-discovery (directed by duo SOB). “Black Hole,” follows previous singles “‘1,000,000 X Better”, “Say It Again”, your “Forgive Myself” and a song about the importance of family and its moving account of Griff’s family fostering kids, entitled “Good Stuff.”
Griff on “Black Hole:”
“I wrote this song as a bittersweet heartbreak track,” says the multi-hyphenated singer, producer, and DIY fashion designer. “I actually love how melodramatic it is, as there’s obviously not “a big black hole where my heart used to be”, but the melodrama of the lyrics – over a really interesting beat – keeps the song fun, and not too serious.”
Griff was born to Chinese and Jamaican parents just out of Watford, she began making music by borrowing her brother’s Logic: teaching herself how to produce songs in secret from her classmates (many of whom only found out what Griff was up to when they heard her on the radio whilst she was doing her A Levels). Indeed, Griff’s is the type of curiosity and creative control that draws no boundaries between making beats, designing your own clothes, or shooting a music video on your iPhone under lockdown. And whilst it’s easy to forget, Griff’s rawly vulnerable lyrics on tracks like ‘Black Hole’ are a vivid reminder of how vast her potential still is.
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