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Tia Gostelow - TWO LOVERS - Official Video

 
Watch and experience the new visuals from indie pop synth artist TIA GOSTELOW. Entitled "Two Lovers", the heartfelt video is about two people fighting their hardest for a relationship through rough times. "Dom really helped me tell this story. We wanted to show couples from all walks of life in different scenes. Everyone's story is so different and we wanted to highlight that. It felt really nice to showcase other stories within a music video instead of it being mostly about me. This song was meant to resonate with people going through things like long distance and being away from loved ones, so it only felt right to showcase the best parts of being with the person you love." - Tia speaks about the video and working with director, Dom Gould.
Tia has garnered support from the likes of CLASH, Flaunt Magazine and Rolling Stone, Wonderland Magazine and Triple J, as well as having toured Europe and played major festivals in Australia, supporting the likes of Gomez, Frightened Rabbit, Lewis Capaldi The Rubens, Ball Park Music and Boy & Bear. She has 20+ million streams to date.
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Tia Gostelow turned heads in 2018 with the release of her Queensland Music Award Album Of The Year, Triple J Feature album debut record Thick Skin. Tia Gostelow's second album Chrysalis is out now and is produced by Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy, Alex Lahey). The eleven track album features lush pop landscapes with danceable 80's influences. Chrysalis album orders for vinyl, CD and new merch are all available HERE.

"Chrysalis touches on really personal moments of my life over the last 2 years. I wrote these songs when I was living by myself in Brisbane and when I was in probably the loneliest and most anxious state I’ve been in. I’ve found it really difficult to navigate life being away from my family and my partner, I’m such a family orientated person so when I was living by myself in a big city it really took a toll on me mentally. I feel like dealing with these emotions and putting them into these songs helped me overcome those feelings." - Tia Gostelow

Fans can hear an album rich with nods to her indie, guitar folk past, while celebrating a world of dance floors and blurry festival weekends with songs.


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