03/05/2017
Young Australian love.

Words by

George Tzintzis

Ali Barter’s just released her new video for ‘Please Stay’ and it’s Australian AF.

Her debut album’s sitting at #17 in the ARIA Album Charts and has scored feature album on triple j, FBi Radio, Radio Adelaide and Rabbit Radio.

She’s killing it.

Shot in Perth and directed by Tay Kaka, the new music video shows Ali at her most raw and vulnerable. It captures the gentle pleading of a woman feeling messed up and craving affection.

Very cinematic and quirky, the new video centres around young Australian love – complicated and authentic.

Catch Ali on her ‘A Suitable Social Club’ tour. Tickets and more details here.

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