Toronto folk trio The O’Pears have just released a new video for “Lady Winter” off of their latest album, Stay Warm.
“Lady Winter” is a stark and eerie track that revolves around a pulsing beat and melody, as Lydia Persaud, Jill Harris, and Meg Contini’s harmonies weave together and haunt each other perfectly. The Vincent Rene-Lortie and Brittney Canda directed clip fits the track like a puzzle piece, with dark, cold shots of a woman erratically dancing as her significant other tries to leave.
Check out the video for “Lady Winter” below.
“The spirit of a mountain haunts her lover as he makes preparations to move from his home at its base,” the band explains to Indie88. “This chilling video fills every nook of the haunting piece of music it was built around.”
The O’Pears’ latest album, Stay Warm, is now available everywhere.
The O’Pears Tour Dates:
Friday, January 25th – Aeolian Hall – London, Ontario
Friday, February 1st – Fergus Grand Theatre – Fergus, Ontario
Saturday, February 2nd – Waterford Town Hall – Waterford, Ontario
Friday, February 8th – Ground Up Music Festival – Miami Beach, Florida
Lead photo courtesy of Mitchel Reed.