Coming off the heels of her debut album Oddities and Prodigies, acclaimed singer-songwriter Caroline Romano premieres her latest music video “Dizzy” from the full-length release. Directed by Justin Key, the alluring visual effort takes place in a surrealist wonderland with swirling, hyperactive camera angles, iridescent backdrops, and pops of neon against dark hues.
Speaking on the video, Caroline shares with us, “I wanted the ‘Dizzy’ video to feel like a melted world of art. I was really inspired by Simon & Garfunkel and Evanescence when writing the song, so I wanted to bring those elements into the visual as well. It’s all centered around the line ‘all I see are bodies without faces.’ I truly can only draw the human figure without a face, so the video sort of likens that line to modern-day” interactions.” She adds, “There are people around, but we don’t really know them. The video is kind of eerie and unsettling like the song, and it was really cool to experiment with this style of visual for ‘Dizzy.’”
“Dizzy” arrives weeks removed from Caroline Romano’s critically-acclaimed debut album Oddities and Prodigies, a 16-song portrait of the singer’s personal and musical journey. Amongst fan favorites like “Panic Attack” and “Grocery Store,” the project contains some of Romano’s strongest work to date. The music video for “Dizzy” follows the visual effort of the title track, which has since then amassed 90K YouTube views.
Watch the video for “Dizzy” below.