One month before the unveiling of her debut independent EP Kitsch, 22-year-old Florida artist Caroline Sans, better known as Sur Back, has shared a video for 'Trophy Daughter'.
The spinning pastel style of the video manages to capture the wave of sound Sans corroborates on her upcoming release. Heavy with an experimental ambient pop twitch, Sans corrals herself somewhere along the lines of Charlift's Caroline Polachek and St. Vincent on the single, perfectly compressed for a sweltering summer.
On the work, she writes: "'Trophy Daughter' was born out of a coming-of-age type narrative, and on the surface, it might seem like just a personal celebration of femininity and aspiration. But I really strove to make a palatable pop song that uses its accessibility to further the idea of a completely inclusive feminine spectrum - one that rebrands the caring, maternal archetype so that women not only celebrate themselves, but use the successes of their personal feminism to nurture social movements that currently have less support."
Watch the new video for 'Trophy Daughter' below and look out for Sur Back's Kitsch EP, arriving July 1st.