Baring her soul and continuing on her promise as one of the most exciting artists of her generation, earlier this month Holly Humberstone released her debut album Paint My Bedroom Black to critical acclaim, achieving a top 5 album in the UK OCC. Now, the Grantham-born singer and songwriter shared the official video for track 11 on her debut, “Elvis Impersonators”, filmed on a recent trip to Japan with a local director she found on Instagram, as she walks through one of her favourite cities, with cinematography to match classics such as Lost In Translation.
Holly says of ‘Elvis Impersonators’: “Japan is one of my favourite places in the world. My sister now lives there so it was amazing to visit for Summer Sonic this year. Whilst I had a few days to explore, we found local director Hiroshi on Instagram and thought it would be fun to film a video for Elvis Impersonators. We shot in Shinjuku, Harajuku and Shibuya and I hope you fall in love with Tokyo as much as I did whilst filming this!”