Kelsey Coleman is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Princeton, New Jersey. Not too long ago, she released a lovely black-and-white video for her “Break Mine” single.
Kelsey Coleman – “Break Mine” music video
“Say you don’t need me ‘cause I can’t break your heart, so break mine. I’m not tryna hurt ya, and this message makes it seem like I don’t deserve ya. All the mixed signals that I’m giving, it’s absurd to (ya). Think I’m yours forever when my heart just isn’t for ya. Every time we talk, feel some kinda way. I don’t wanna lose you, I don’t wanna stay. I’m sorry if I’m leading you astray, I’m all out of words, don’t know what to say.” – lyrics
Ask a good photographer, and she’ll tell you: very often, high-resolution black and white images reveal more emotion than full-color shots do. Daniela Federici is a master of the black and white portrait, and Kelsey Coleman is an ideal subject. Together, they’ve made a video that’s compelling from its very first frame. Coleman inhabits every line and every syllable of “Break Mine” while Federici catches every nuance of the performance. So spectacularly watchable is the clip that you might not even notice it’s nothing but Coleman’s endlessly expressive face on a black background.
In its intensity and eloquent simplicity, the video is a perfect match for the song. There’s no place to hide in front of Federici’s searching camera, and that’s exactly how Coleman wants it.
“I can’t break your heart, so break mine.”
‘Break Mine’ tells an emotional tale about a young woman who shares a fading relationship with her significant other. Apparently, they are at the point of breaking up, but she doesn’t want to break her companion’s heart without gaining clarity first. In a nutshell, she wants to know—do their feelings for each other still exist? If not, can they remain, friends, if her partner chooses to move on without her?
‘Break Mine’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The heartfelt tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with a contemporary pop aroma. Furthermore, “Break Mine” follows mildly on the heels of Coleman’s debut single, entitled, “Nobody.”
“Break Mine” single
On prior projects, Coleman has raised consciousness about mental health issues, swung back at bullies, and stood up for herself in a world that challenges the autonomy of young women. In a short time, she has earned herself a reputation as one of the most outspoken pop singers in New Jersey and a proud carrier of the Garden State tradition of uncompromising vocalists.
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