Although a relationship ends, emotions to your ex linger on. Olivia Lunny captures this longing in her new music video, and she or he tells us the way it was shot through the pandemic.

What’s the very first thing that pops in your thoughts when you concentrate on your ex? Might you share these intimate emotions with the world? In Olivia Lunny‘s “Consider Me,” premiering right here on MeSlop, the rising music star has a handful of keen singles open up about these bitter and candy recollections. As Olivia’s dreamy pop ode to a former love performs, these people maintain indicators studying “CLOSENESS,” “Drunk Calls,” “Insecurity,” “That Face,” “She Made Me Really feel Like Me,” and different confessional reactions after they consider their ex.

It’s an ideal pairing to go together with Olivia’s tune, a low-key bop that showcases her sharp songwriting whereas proving why she’s one to observe this 12 months. As for the subject material? “We’ve all been there, we’ve all reminisced about our exes,” Olivia tells MeSlop. “Typically it’s merely the heat of one other physique or the truth that this individual actually makes you are feeling such as you. The ‘Consider Me’ video observes individuals’s reactions when requested about their ex. Possibly you’re not the one one driving your self loopy? Possibly they’re truly pondering of you too?”

Getting intimate about the way you may be nonetheless in love together with your ex is one problem. Taking pictures a music video in the course of a pandemic is one other, however Olivia tells MeSlop how she was capable of pull it off. “Filming a music video nearly was a wild expertise,” she says. “The restrictions round Covid-19 sadly, made flying to NYC inconceivable, SO — we needed to get artistic and discover a approach round this. Fortunately, with the assistance of mail, [the video’s director] Louis Browne and I had been capable of collaborate utilizing a retro CamCorder and Facetime.”

Louis Browne

“As soon as my portion of Filming was performed,” she provides, “the crew was capable of movie the rest of the video while socially distancing on set. I’m so excited to get this video out into the world as It embodies the tune so nicely and can act as a capsule that jogs my memory – though issues could not all the time go as we wish them to, with adaptation and creativity we’re nonetheless capable of collaborate and make stunning artwork!”

Lane Dorsey

Olivia has been making this stunning artwork in her house of Canada for years and is poised to be the following huge musical import from America’s neighbor to the north. Her look on season two of CTV’s The Launch not solely noticed her win the episode, however she additionally recorded “I Acquired You,” a Prime 40 hit that has racked up tens of millions of streams. Just lately, she joined her fellow Canadian artists like Avril Lavigne, Michael Bublé and Justin Bieber to file a canopy of “Lean On Me” in assist of COVID-19 aid efforts.