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PREMIERE: WATCH THE VISUAL FOR DIRTY VERSACHI’S NEW SINGLE 'DON’T GO THRU MY PHONE'

Watch the visual below, exclusively on MILKY!

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Melbourne-based artist Dirty Versachi has dropped their new single Don’t Go Thru My Phone, featuring Jamaica Moana. If you're loving the track and hanging to watch the visual, you can watch the music video right here on MILKY!


Vibrant as ever, the neon-hued visual personifies the musicians charismatic presence. Capturing the songs conceptual exploration of lust and fetishism, the clip finds Dirty Versachi and Jamaica Moana covered in slime, fuelling their desires.


“It was a crazy experimental journey to create it. I worked with Jamaica Moana on the track. The stars aligned and brought the talented Eora-based artist to Naarm. The only thing was, we had a week to plan the shoot. Jamaica and her team put their trust in us and went with our crazy ideas to drip slime everywhere. I had a vision and, with a team of alien angels, was able to pull it through in a crazy turn around. We actually shot the clip and the photoshoot at the same time, and it was the funnest shoot I have ever done. I think when you’re creating something you truly believe in and have fun doing it, it can make a world of difference. It’s something I have really enjoyed exploring through this project.”



Paving their own sonic brand of Cyberdelica, Dirty Versachi takes us out of this world with each release, bringing together moments of intimacy and vulnerability above simmering soundscapes that will have you dancing all night long. The musician strives to create a safe and inviting space for audiences to truly express themselves and celebrate who they are, proving themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the queer and non-binary community.


No stranger to the live arena, 2022 Dirty Versachi has performed at a number of sold-out Mardi Gras parties, supported Wiigz on their East Coast tour, and DJ’d at Summer Camp Festival in Naarm/Melbourne opening for Years & Years, The Veronicas, and Cub Sport.


Watch the visual below!


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