Glamour. “The Airbnb that we'd moved into had this old painting of the Eiffel Tower, and I was watching this anime called ‘Japan Sinks,’ which is about the end of the world and how to adjust to it, and that's what lockdown kind of felt like.
It felt like adjusting to a new life and getting past the anxiety and fear and just, you know, rolling with it and making the best of it.
So I kind of put those two together.”“The entire album, I was seeing the Eiffel Tower sink and me climbing up it," she continues. “That was the most epic image and what I wrote the entire album in my head with, so we did that for the video.
I really fought to make that happen, in a good way. I feel really, really proud of it. I think it's a big step up as a performer.Read more on glamour.com