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it’s time for some introspective indie-folk from London’s own Annie Eve, with her new video for ‘Southern’. The 22 year old singer/songwriter released her self-titled EP last year, and her hushed murmurs and emotive songwriting are already beginning to attract a building buzz in the blogosphere.

The video, directed by Johnny Goddard and Jake Ben-David, is a lo-fi montage of Annie in various blurred and dream-like landscapes.

Southern is taken from Annie’s upcoming EP, ‘Feversome’ which is due for release on 17th March via Young and Lost Club.

She’s also taking part in the Communion New Faces tour (alongside Eliza and The Bear and Luke Sital-Singh) – which is happening throughout February and March. Dates below;

23 February – The Haunt, Brighton
24 February – Bullingdon, Oxford
26 February – St Stephens Church, Shepherds Bush, London
27 February – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
1 March – Leaf, Liverpool
2 March – Ruby Lounge, Manchester
3 March – Cluny, Newcastle
4 March – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
5 March – King Tuts, Glasogw
7 March – Holy Trinity Church, Leeds