Rachel Maria Cox’s ‘Prosecco’ clip is disco flavoured & dynamic
An artist unlike any other, RACHEL MARIA COX is quickly emerging onto the Australian music scene. Rachel Maria Cox‘s ‘Prosecco’ solidifies their popstar bravado with emotional vulnerability, exploring a sonic new ground which is the perfect mix of panic and disco that has an almost confessional feel to it.
Coming off the back of a successful 2018 which saw Cox take their live show to Groovin The Moo, BIGSOUND and Mountain Sounds, ‘Prosecco’ is a track that comes along as effortless and inspiring, with a blend of anecdotes and realities that encompass the honest details of personal struggles.
The clip, shot by Joshua Barnett is a Rachel Maria Cox signature that is visually appealing to the realms of forward-thinking emotional pop music. Filmed inside Sydney’s Sky Sirens burlesque club, ‘Prosecco’ is a pink vision that features Cox as the star of the show, beaming confidence and dancefloor-ready dynamics.
‘Prosecco’ shows a brand new full-bodied attitude and sound that reaches energetic distances whilst retaining their signature mature songwriting style. Check out the clip below:
Photo via Newcastle Live
Words by EVIE WEILY
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