Bristol based songwriter Fenne Lily has shared her first official music video, for new single ‘What’s Good’. Recorded and produced at the home of Fenne’s friend and professional collaborator, Dave Dixon (who you may know as fellow-BLM fav Tamu Massif), it’s a stirring reflection of heartbreak and regret.

The video was created by Theo Watkins & Jamie Harding of Old Rope Films and sees Lily wandering around her home and various outdoor spaces in a range of sportswear. Speaking of the concept, Lily comments on the ‘team’ aspect of sports, adding, “the idea behind the sportswear aesthetic was to visually reflect the feeling of something one sided. ‘What’s Good’ is about the loneliness of realising you want somebody more than they want you; of playing by someone else’s rules. We wanted the video to articulate that feeling of isolation and powerlessness by playing ‘team’ sports alone.”

Watch the stunning visuals below and check out Lily’s tour dates below that.

Sun 30 Jul – Lörrach, Germany, Rosenfelspark (w/ Lambchop)
Sun 3 Sep – Mosely Folk Festival
Wed 20 Sep – Berlin, Germany, Lido (w/ Novo Amor & King Creosote)
Thu 21 Sep – Cologne, Germany Kulturkirche (w/ Novo Amor & King Creosote)
Fri 22 Sep – Reeperbahn Festival
Wed Oct 4 – Shrewsbury, Henry Tudor House
Thu Oct 5 – Bristol, The Lantern
Fri Oct 6 – Manchester, Band on The Wall
Sat Oct 7 – Liverpool, Buyers Club
Sun Oct 8 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Tue Oct 10 – Glasgow, CCA
Wed Oct 11 – Newcastle, Cluny 2
Thu Oct 12 – London, Cecil Sharp House