Elliphant is a platinum-selling, internationally renowned singer-songwriter from Stockholm, Sweden. Not too long ago, she released a lovely lyric video for her “Had Enough” single.
Elliphant – “Had Enough” lyric video
“Imagine that you walk into a sh*tty pub and see yourself sitting alone in the bar, miserable, and drunk. You’ve definitely had enough, so you walk up and try to talk some sense into yourself. But it’s not the easiest thing to get through. Sometimes in life, the smoke gets so thick that you can’t see it’s actually yourself making the fire. ‘Had Enough’ is about waking up to a destructive self, facing it, and making a change.” – Elliphant stated
‘Had Enough’ finds Elliphant embracing self-reflection and evolution. The inspiring anthem contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and rich harmonies. Also, the song possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with a commercial pop aroma. Furthermore, “Had Enough” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear on Elliphant’s upcoming album, produced by Grammy-Award winner, Mark Rankin (Adele, Florence and the Machine).
The Florian Dezfoulian-directed lyric video flaunts vibrant fashions and lush imagery of the Swedish countryside.
Elliphant – “Uterus” music video
Not too long ago, Elliphant released her first official solo track in four years, entitled, “Uterus”. The song was recorded in one take at producers Peter Harper and Jason Blynn’s Silver Lake, CA studio. Also, “Uterus” is one of Elliphant’s most personal offerings to date, and a particularly meaningful song given the recent birth of her baby girl. Lyrically, the track touches on the idea that the safety of the womb is gone with the wind the second you are born. It’s hard to live, hard to hold on to who you are, and even harder to let go of what you have become. The pureness of life is so fragile, and to be born is the beginning of the end.
“You don’t have to keep that smiling joker mask on.”
“When I saw you, you were no longer looking heavy at the bar. Yeah, I had to ask you what’s your name, where you’re from, who you are and all I got was, ‘Get-away. Leave me alone. Whatever you say. I don’t wanna know. Please just go.’ But I stayed. How could I leave? I wouldn’t let you owe me down like this no more.” – lyrics
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