Eliza Shaddad - "Waters" (video)

by Eric Risch

26 June 2014

Seductive and haunting, "Waters" by Eliza Shaddad is a dance with life's dark choices.
 
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US: 16 Jun 2014

Seductive and haunting, “Waters” by Eliza Shaddad is a dance with life’s dark choices. Having previously fronted the UK electronic act Clean Bandit, the London-based Shaddad steps out on her own with her debut EP, Waters. The video for the title track was directed by Liam Saint-Pierre.

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