PETA AND THE WOLVES

Release ‘Blind’ Video

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Peta and the Wolves

WATCH ‘BLIND’ HERE

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Following the release of their brand new single ‘Blind’, Peta And The Wolves today unveiled the stunning companion video.

The follow up to ‘Equal Measure’, this latest single ‘Blind’ is yet another exceptional blend of Australian and Scandinavian sounds from Australian born Peta and her Swedish producer Gabriel.

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Elisa Mercurio, who also Produced and Directed the last music video for ‘Equal Measure’ jumped on board again to create this stunning artistic interpretation of self-destruction.   Elisa, subtly shows glimpses of the relationship lost through flashbacks, as the clip culminates to the moment that started a woman’s desperate self-destructive cycle with sex, playing out moments of the past relationship with other men.

Peta said ‘Elisa has this incredible insight into the psychology and emotion behind our music – even before we have had a chance to discuss it with her. Lyrically our music comes from an emotionally driven place, so having a director like Elisa is a dream as she visually translates the music like she has been living in my head or shadowing me my whole life watching the real events unfold.’

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With her eminently cool, ethereal vibe, Peta established herself on the Australian music scene in 2013 with the release of her ‘Scum’ EP.   The following year she met her future collaborative partner Gabriel at the Kennel in Sweden, where together they began to write and produce, creating their own brand of mesmerising electronic pop.

Since then Peta & The Wolves have released three singles to date, ‘Verbal Wars’, ‘Snow’, and ‘Equal Measure’ and also featured on the Thundamentals’ single Think About It’, which entered Triple J’s Hottest 100. Their latest single ‘Blind’ comes after wrapping up their successful tour across Australia with Unisounds.

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 ‘Blind’ Single Available HERE

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