ArtistRack brings to you the visuals for ‘Waiting For This’ by the gifted Kelly Padrick:
Kelly Padrick began her songwriting profession on the age of 5 and ultimately moved to New York to pursue her ardour within the unbiased music scene. She has created songs that may now be present in film soundtracks and T.V. reveals, and can by no means abandon her artistic streak. With virtually a dozen albums and EPs, Padrick finds inspiration in all the pieces from her previous doodles on schoolwork to present heartbreaks and makes use of any emotion to spark a artistic composition. Heavily influenced by Dolly Parton, Padrick’s music all the time has an genuine ardour, pure sexiness and a touch of angle.
All of Padrick’s onerous work has paid off as success floats her approach. Most lately, her tune “Heavenly Ride” gained a silver award on the California Film Awards. Award-winning director Patricia Chica has produced lots of her edgy anecdotal music movies. “Pizza and Fairytales” was featured within the Fox Searchlight film Trust the Man, the 2010 season of ABC’s Desperate Housewives (which prominently featured “Ties that Bind” and “The Brooklyn Hours”), MTV, and HBO’s VICE.
Padrick’s latest video for “Waiting For This,” directed by Chica, begins with scenes of a Gatsby-esque occasion full of mates and loads of drinks to go round. Scenes flick forwards and backwards from the occasion to a dozen T.V. displays full of screens of black and white static, outdated recollections, and Padrick’s previous music movies. A hand sweeps throughout the display portraying the one who was reminiscing the previous, however not lacking it. The lyrics inform the story of transferring on from somebody and on the brink of begin a brand new life with out them. When two persons are at totally different factors of their lives, it’s straightforward to get caught up in a cycle of consolation with out development, “Waiting For This” permits emotional freedom from a associate with out burden.
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