Lupa J releases ‘Game’ video just in time for her debut EP
LUPA J has shared the video to her track ‘Game’ just in time for the release of her debut EP, My Right Name.
A killer start to the year, the 18 year old artist has been supporting the likes of Grimes, Sarah Blasko and most recently gaining the main support slots for Tegan and Sara‘s upcoming tour in Melbourne and Sydney. According to Lupa J, in reflecting on the process of developing her latest EP, My Right Name, she conveys the EP as portraying a “dismantling of a set of deeply ingrained values about femininity, my body, my identity the destruction of a self imposed prison”.
A powerful and emotive EP, Lupa J‘s unique vocal tone and lyrical content are the focal points of her music. Her woeful track ‘Game’, another delicate addition to the EP contains quite the eccentric vid to it. Full of old-fashioned patterns and gold trimmings, the busy film is centred by weird and wacky dancing, creating a note on individuality. Check it out here!
In support of the release of her debut EP, Lupa J just played her first EVER headline shows at the Brighton Up Bar in Sydney and The Workers Club in Melbourne. If you missed these, then definitely keep up to date with the girl and any future gigs she gets up to!
Words by Natalie Palmer