Papua New Guinea-born singer/songwriter; Ngaiire has recently released the music video for her stunning single, House On A Rock. The Sydney based artist just finished off her national sold out tour for her critically acclaimed album Blastoma. The album was named after the rare form of cancer that she suffered as a small child, with the album exploring her strength, and how and why she had to fight to survive. Over the past year, Ngaiire has release a huge number of hit singles, performed her first solo shows in New York and LA, supported Sufjan Stevens on his national tour, as well as Leon Bridges and performed at a number of Australian festivals, including Falls Festival and Groovin The Moo. She was also recently featured in Flume’s mini mix for Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 ahead of her Splendour in the Grass performance this weekend.
Ngaiire’s latest music video for House On A Rock, is a gorgeous black and white video shot in Tel Aviv that was directed and produced by Dan Segal. The video explores the frustrations of staying in a relationship longer than you should when things are not working. The empowering single features her powerful and emotive vocals over the top of subtle instrumentation and alluring melodies. Ngaiire has become known for pumping out stunning visuals to accompany her singles, with her previous single, Diggin featuring a contemporary dancer and performance artist, Bhenji Ra. The track comes off her sophomore album, Blastoma which features collaborations with Paul Mac, Jack Grace and Megan Washington. If you are a fan of powerhouse, dazzling vocals and stunning, bright instrumentals, then make sure to check out Ngaiire’s music video for House On A Rock and if you are trekking to Splendour In The Grass, she’ll be on the Mix Up stage at 12:15pm on the Saturday.