Video: Flint Eastwood shares the visually striking “Queen”

QueenDetroit indie singer songwriter Flint Eastwood has released her new video for "Queen".

Set in a post-apocalyptic landscape, "Queen" is a visually striking spectacle. Inspiring women to fight back, it makes an already powerful song even harder to ignore.

The video for "Queen" was co-directed and edited by Flint Eastwood (aka singer-songwriter Jax Anderson) herself. Talking about the video, Anderson says: "Iit was made with a bunch of friends in Detroit, Michigan. I wanted to create a feeling of empowerment and confidence in unused spaces. “Queen” is about taking charge and owning up to your own kingdom, and in a way I wanted to showcase mine."

The track is a fitting tribute to human rights with a focus on female empowerment and stands tall as the first offering from her forthcoming Broke Royalty EP.

Featuring collaborations with GRiZ, Paul Meany of MUTEMATH and Tommy English (BØRNS). "Queen" went to #3 on HypeM having received extensive blog pick up internationally, and is currently in rotation on Ebro's Beats 1 radio show, as well as CIMX in Detroit & Live 105 in San Francisco.

Broke Royalty EP is out 14th April 2017 on Neon Gold Records.

Find out more about Flint Eastwood on her website and watch "Queen" below:


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