Image: Julia Pitch
Donna Missal has unveiled her intimate new single, sex is good (but have you tried)'. Created during quarantine, the track navigates moments of personal intimacy, serving as an ode to self-love, whilst sonically moving away from the singers previous releases.
Produced by Sega Bodega comes complete with a glitchy VHS inspired visual, giving a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what quarantine life was like for the singer. Directed by Rodrigo Inada in collaboration with Julia Pitch, the visual stitches together clips of Missal at home, bringing the intimacy explored throughout the song.
Of the new track, Missal shares, "sex is good (but have you tried) is what came out of me in quarantine life, the product of my bedroom being my environment and everything around me becoming so small and intimate, and such a reflection of this internet-centric thing going on in music. It’s so different for me because i’ve always been like a performer-singer and this is definitely my first time working from a different place than I previously was, both physically and mentally."
sex is good (but have you tried) is out now! Watch the music video below.