The video for London based The King’s Parade’s ‘Woman’, takes its cue from current affairs and tries to add to that conversation of heightening the awareness for the issue of gender inequality in our societies.
By big chunks, the band is quickly becoming fan favorites, in an ever wider swath of the listening public, with dramatic vocals, and even more energetic foray of notes and sonic pronouncements.
She stands in a forest of high ceilings. She starts with the parallels. The city is against you. The city is against her. But there’s a strength in her, in her eyes. Constitution, embattled and shaking – but it never crumbles. You can do it.
Their train continues to collect steam and should make many, many happy.
The video was animated by Lily Fang, who previously made the band’s video for their highly acclaimed single ‘Bunched Up Letters’.