A moving Bonnie and Clyde visual to the standout track from last year's debut EP.
Germany's Senna made a strong entry with their debut EP, A Moment of Quiet (SharpTone Records), last year, and now, they bring the standout track, Rosehip, which was one of the band's first demos. Rosehip's uplifting instrumentation and lyricism is paired with an impactful visual narrative for one comprehensive audiovisual.
Frontman Simon Mastjedi comments on the track:
“When I wrote the song, I tried to write from the perspective of a nurse, and what it's like to support a loved one on their deathbed. Dying is a journey that you hope you will never take alone. One hopes to walk this path with a loved one and accept for both of them, that all will be well when things come to an end.
For the video we tried to see the topic in a different context, we found the saga of Bonnie and Clyde fitting, two people on the run together, for better or for worse.”
Stream Rosehip below and check out A Moment Of Quiet.