Hope Tala Enlists Amine For “Cherries” Visual

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Today, London-based songstress Hope Tala reveals the official video for her latest single, “Cherries” featuring Amine. The song serves as a standout cut taken from her stunning new EP Girl Eats Sun, out now. “Cherries” video was directed by Anna Fearon, who brings the record to life.

With her unique blend of R&B and bossa nova, Hope Tala has crafted a sound that already feels recognizable to her, and there is plenty more on the way. Speaking on “Cherries,” Hope Tala states:

“Since I started writing music, I’ve used fruit imagery; I’ve always been inspired by the Garden of Eden and the story of Adam and Eve. I think of ‘Cherries’ as being a really corporeal song – there’s a lot of lyrical content about how the body portrays feeling and emotion, and when I was writing it I used the symbol of cherries as my focal point to help me understand where these two worlds – material and emotional – collide.”

Watch Hope Tala’s “Cherries” below.

Elsewhere in music news, Darci shared a sultry new single titled “Lights.”