Fenne Lily / Shares Official 'Three Oh Nine' Video
Fenne Lily has today unveiled the official video for her current single ‘Three Oh Nine’. The video is her second with production duo Old Rope Films and finds Fenne taking an unusual approach to post-relationship closure. Speaking about the story of this video, Fenne shares: “Heartbreak walks hand in hand with an anger and a madness that I felt I had to address. The video for 'Three Oh Nine' was borne out of fury, not defeat. It's an ode to the post break up ‘f*** you'."
Watch ‘Three Oh Nine’ on YouTube HERE.
Bristol based solo artist, Fenne Lily has built a considerable and impressive following for her 4 self-released singles to date, amassing upwards of 26 million streams on Spotify alone and a plethora of acclaim for her refreshingly honest lyricism. Her latest offering, ‘Three Oh Nine’ sees Fenne for the first time experimenting with a fuller band - bringing in bass, percussion, and glistening production around her familiarly fragile front & centre vocals - hinting at a bigger sound for 2018.
Fenne’s touring commitments this year have seen her support Charlie Cunningham across Europe, embark on a joint headline tour of the UK (w/ Siv Jakobsen, SIVU, & Paul Thomas Saunders), as well as playing a selection of grand UK venues with Hurray For The Riff Raff. Later this week Fenne will return to London to support Novo Amor and Ed Tullett (at Shoreditch Town Hall on Thurs 23rd Nov).
Time in between touring has been far from idle - Fenne has provided guest vocals for a 4AD’s Aldous Harding and also took some time out earlier this year to work on her own debut album, news of which is expected imminently.
PRAISE FOR ‘THREE OH NINE’:
“There's touches of Angel Olsen and Feist throughout, with Lily asserting herself as one to watch going forward” - Indie Shuffle
“she's more than capable of leaving jaws agape without the extra production, but this fresh side is a gorgeous trip into a new world” - The Line of Best Fit
“yet another stunning track” - The 405
“‘Three Oh Nine’ continues to place her songwriting and airy vocals centre stage” - DIY
“A little bit Florence, a little bit Kate” - tmrw magazine
“Lily proves her talent and worth” - Bitter Sweet Symphonies
“an elegance like no other” - Scientists of Sound
“haunting power” - Euphoria