The official video for Charlene Soraia‘s song, “Where’s My Tribe” has just arrived. The song, which is also the title track to the South London-based singer/songwriter’s upcoming album, borrows its inherent power from Soraia’s usually emotion-imbued vocals. The Rest-directed visuals then further exemplifies the composition’s intended reexamination of human connection. About the video Charlene says:
“The Rest were really understanding of the fact that I wasn’t entirely comfortable with being the main protagonist, so they developed a short film to explore the enmeshed and entwined lives of a tribe of teenagers. ‘Where’s My Tribe’ is the first music video to be cut from that film. The Rest likened me to a silent observer in the film and it’s a title I instantly connected to. Maybe there’s a little silent observer in all of us? A little loner… maybe those who have these experiences are the tribe?“
The record was released via Peacefrog. The upcoming album is scheduled for release on January 25. Watch the video above.