Pixey has shared a new video for ‘The Mersey Line’, from her just-released debut EP

Her debut EP is out now.
Photo credit: Marieke Macklon

Pixey has released a new video from her debut EP, ‘Free To Live In Colour’.

Out today (Tuesday, 23rd March) via Chess Club Records, the release follows on from a Hype feature in Dork’s February issue, and, more recently, an Artist’s Guide to the EP in the April one.

Speaking about the EP, she says: “I wanted a collection of tracks which gave a quick snapshot into me and my brain – where I’m from, where I want to be and what I’m thinking about. I hope people can take something meaningful from it or simply have a dance.”

Of the new video for ‘The Mersey Line’, she adds: “‘The Mersey Line’ video was shot in one day at all my favourite haunts around the city. The song itself is about the walkway line along the River Mersey, so we retraced the steps I used to take as a kid and also when I was starting out as a musician. I would write lyrics to my songs along the same path. I wanted something that sums me up wholly as a person, and I’d say the video does just that.”

Check out the new video below.

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