Hana Vu’s new single is a ‘Keeper’

By which we mean it's called 'Keeper'. But it's also dead good.

Hana Vu has shared a new single, ‘Keeper’.

It’s taken from her forthcoming album ‘Public Storage’, which is set for release on 5th November, and comes alongside a video directed by Meagen Houang and choreographed by Jas Lin.

Hana explains: “Shooting ‘Keeper’ was really an intense experience. We had a few choreography rehearsals leading in, and then on shoot day we rehearsed for about 9 hours and only shot in the last hour.”

“When I listened to ‘Keeper,’ I thought about how we’re all trapped by different societal expectations — whether it’s from work, family, friends or the devil inside ourselves,” director Meagen adds. “I wanted to make a video that expressed the feeling of not being seen when all you really want to do is explode. By shooting the video in a single take we never let the audience off the hook. Just like Hana, we’re trapped in a cycle of being constantly ignored. I set the film in a family environment because as viewers we usually associate families with a sense of security and safety. The family environment created a contrast to Hana’s bursting performance and underscored the pain of not being visible, even sometimes by your own relatives.”

Check out ‘Keeper’ now, below.

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