The clip picks up the place the track left off, hoping to “normalise LGBTQ relationships” by way of music.
Directed by Jess Kohl, the music video opens with a quick spoken phrase passage, learn by frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie.
“Life is filled with tiny coincidences, pulling me to the thrilling second we met,” she says.
“My insanity, solely she may recognise and drowning in her personal chaos. I saved her and she or he saved me.”
From there, the music video follows Baron-Gracie and her girlfriend, Kelsi Luck, as they discover a rustic property. Watch the clip beneath:
Talking about ‘She’s My Faith’ upon its launch, Baron-Gracie mentioned the observe “isn’t the usual or typical love track”.
“Society depicts the darkish sides to an individual as unloveable and tends to solely give attention to the optimistic sides. I consider to like somebody and their entirety creates a love that’s liberating and truthful,” she wrote on Twitter.
“Somebody that loves each a part of you permits you to see and love these elements in your self. I needed to write down a track that used pronouns as a result of for therefore a few years I didn’t in my music, and now I realise how vital that’s, to normalise LGBTQ relationships in a world that wants it. Love who you wanna love and embrace it.”
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— HBG (@HBARONGRACIE) December 15, 2020
‘She’s My Faith’ is ready to seem on the band’s second document, ‘Who Am I?’, which hits cabinets on February 12. The album might be Baron-Gracie’s first with the band since popping out as homosexual.
“I’ve stepped onto a path of desirous to discover myself and I really feel assured in myself and proud to personal my sexuality,” she told NME earlier this year.
“I really feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.”