beabadoobee's "Sun More Often" Visual Takes Us Out of This World
beabadoobee is proving to be more than just your average bedroom pop rockstar. Big emphasis on the "star" here, because following the release of her galaxy-themed EP Space Cadet last year, the universe has been blessed with the visuals for her self-proclaimed favorite track, "Sun More Often."
While the UK-based singer has always been able to set herself apart from her alternative-pop contemporaries, the video's black-and-white comic book, doodle-esque style confirms that beabadoobee's story is unlike any that we've ever seen or heard before.
With visuals depicting that of the formation and lived experience of an alien in outer space, this storyline mirrors that of the Space Cadet EP, where beabadoobee calls attention to the fantasy world that we often retreat to when faced with life's challenges and hardships. With animation help from her go-to graphic designer, Elliot Bech, "Sun More Often" is a pure portrayal of beabadoobee's unique approach to the indie rock soundscape.
As one of our most anticipated artists of 2020, there's a reason why beabadoobee has been on our radar this past year. Also, don't miss her headlining the Sirius XM Advanced Placement Tour in March and April, while also making appearances at the SXSW, Coachella, and Boston Calling Music festivals!
Watch the "Sun More Often" video below: