Pixx, the creative alias of songwriter Hannah Rodgers, has launched a new video for her song ‘Deplore’ via NME.
Directed by the Marshall Darlings (the same filmmakers behind the visuals for Pixx’s previous single, ‘Fall In’) and filmed on an overcast day in rural Surrey, it subtly reflects the song’s sense of disquiet.
‘Deplore’ is taken from Pixx’s debut release, Fall In, a collection of four electronic folk-infused torch songs, out now via 4AD.
“One of the most arresting debuts of the year.” – The Sunday Times
“Deeply captivating.” – Q
“Pixx possesses the same celestial qualities as fellow label-mates Cocteau Twins or Blonde Redhead with a little astral, new age aesthetic of Grimes, and the gothic melancholy of Bauhaus” – The Guardian
Pixx has confirmed she will perform tomorrow night (Tuesday 8th December) at The Social, London as part of Huw Stephens’ monthly residency. For further details head here.
Hannah Rodgers hails from Chipstead, just beyond the fringes of south London, England, where suburban sprawl starts to break into countryside. Born to a music-loving family, her creative talents were recognised early on, earning her a place at The BRIT School, the renowned performing arts college located near her home. Inspired by the likes of Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Aphex Twin and adopting her grandmother’s nickname, the 19 year-old is striking it out alone as Pixx.