Famous for being the Ms of MS MR, Neon Gold Records co-founder Lizzy Plapinger is striking out on her own as LPX. In the new video for single "Tremble", Plapinger's deep, throaty voice growls over an industrial beat as her mouth glows from within. The video is striking in it's simplicity, letting Plapinger's voice and the beat shine.
"Tremble" is certainly a more focused and emotional video than LPX's first solo effort, "Tightrope", and the raw emotion is especially captivating.
"This song is ultimately about confronting someone who's ignoring what they don't want to see so it felt powerful to force the observer to see me one on one," says Plapinger of the intimate clip. "I wanted to further highlight that emotional intensity and control with abstract images, jarring edits and color play to help communicate what that struggle feels like emotionally, while also underscoring the details of the music. 'Tremble' is a balancing act of vulnerability and strength and the process of making this song and video in itself became an act of self preservation and release."
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