Lola Kirke Wears Her Vulnerabilities in ‘Sexy Song’ Video

 

We’ve loved Lola Kirke in her memorable roles in Gone GirlGemini, and Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle – but we’ve been admittedly even more enamored of her blossoming music career.

To wit, she just dropped the video for “Sexy Song,” from her upcoming album Heart Head West. Following on from her previous single “Monster,” it is an intimate, ethereal ballad about the pressure to be desirable – featuring her signature breathy vocal style.

The video was directed by Mara McKevitt, and features Lola at her most seductive and vulnerable, almost like an alien exploring what humans find sexy.

“Sexy Song” is available August 10 on Heart Head West, will be released August 10, but is now available for pre-order.

 

 

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