Late last month, local singer-songwriter Jean Seizure released her single ‘Night’ along with an accompanying music video that might strike an emotional chord in you.
An aspiring voice for LGBT youths, Seizure raised $7,000 from an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to shoot the music video.
“I wrote 'Night' two years ago as a way of coping with a love that I had to hide from the world because of how other people around us viewed a same-sex relationship," Seizure said, as quoted by BANDIT Live. "It was a time that took away my voice and writing was my therapy.”
While the video starts off overwhelmingly sweet, with scenes of the couple spending their days together in a quaint home tucked away from the world (look out for the René Magritte reference), things take a turn for the worse midway as their jovial moments become replaced by bouts of anger and tears.
Watch Jean Seizure’s music video for ‘Night’ below: