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Watch the visual here, exclusively on MILKY!

Image: Jess Gleeson.

Sydney-based musician Thomas Porter dropped his new single BLUEBLUEBLUE, and has today shared a new alternative version of the song. If you’re loving the track and hanging to see the visual, watch the songs official music video right here on MILKY before its release!

Directed by Julian Tuna, we follow the singer through the late night as he makes his way through the streets, pulling a wheelbarrow of muddy water beside him. Throughout the clip, we discover a face has appeared in the water, mirroring the animated visual for the initial version of the track, which features dee holt.

"As well as being excited for everyone to hear the song, I am even more excited for people to see the video. I remember shooting this, and being up until 5 in the morning with the amazing crew. I would recommend watching the Tired video first, but this video is exactly what I wanted it to be, and I am so glad everyone is finally going to get to see what we worked so hard to make." Porter shares of the clip.

He adds of the songs new version, "I wrote this version of BLUE at the start of the very first lockdown when I was feeling pretty awful, like we all were. I was using music to pass the days in lockdown, and everyday I tried to just make something. This song, as well as my first single Tired, ended being made a day apart when I wanted to just make some songs that felt the complete opposite of how I was feeling at the time, and I am so excited for everyone to hear the original version that I made."

BLUEBLUEBLUE follows on from Porter's debut single Tired, and arrives in anticipation of a big 2022 for the singer. With an EP set to arrive next year, the musician says of his sonic exploration: “For me this feels like pop music for people that don’t necessarily want to admit they love pop music in a lot of ways. I’m hoping that people see the honesty of it. That they see real rawness and authenticity. Authenticity is so hard to come by now. I’m a lot of things and I’m not a lot of things, but I realise that all I have is this.

Watch the visual below!


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