Lucie Silvas Debuts “Black Jeans” Music Video

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Lucie Silvas released the music video for her newest single “Black Jeans” on Billboard today, March 4. Lucie once again paired up with Jarrad K, who previously directed her video for “Kite.”

Slipping into a soulful cadence on the track, the singer’s dusty delivery evoke sixties Southern California spirit by way of Nashville. A rustle of slide guitar punctuates delicate acoustic strumming as she croons, “When I’m wearing my black jeans, maybe you won’t even recognize me, and you know I won’t just take a backseat.” 

Lucie is currently on tour in North America through this summer.


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