Australian indie pop queen Tia Gostleow unveils the new visuals for her latest single “Two Lovers.” An emotion driven song about fighting through the lows of a relationship, the video emphasizes how even though we are different, we all go through similar struggles when it comes to relationships. “Two Lovers” is relatable and comforting, in knowing that we are not alone and that relationships aren’t always easy.
Gostelow’s soulful, falsetto vocals shine brightly atop the synth-soaked melodies, with the track building into an explosive chorus. 80’s inspired instrumentation and fast-paced percussion injects the song with a colorful vibrancy. It’s the perfect accompaniment to the cinematic visuals, which follows a diversity of couples. The songwriter shares, “We wanted to show couples from all walks of life in different scenes, everyone’s story is so different and we wanted to highlight that. It felt really nice to showcase other stories within a music video instead of it being mostly about me, this song was meant to resonate with people going through things like long distance and being away from loved ones so it only felt right to showcase the best parts of being with the person you love."
The heartwarming “Two Lovers” is sure to tug at your heartstrings. It’s a beautiful reminder that no matter what we go through, there is someone out there who has gone through the same experiences. It doesn’t matter what gender, race, sexuality or color you are, love is love.
With a slew of successful releases under her belt, including the viral “Strangers,” this pop sensation will be taking over your playlists and you won’t even mind. "Two Lovers" is off of her latest album CHRYSALIS, out now.