Video: Woman’s Hour – ‘Jenni’

By November 16, 2011 September 12th, 2016 Videos Of The Week

Woman’s Hour have unveiled the video for ‘Jenni’. Recorded in Leeds with Wild Beasts producer Richard Formby, the band are releasing their debut double A-side single ‘Jenni’ / ‘Human’ through Dirty Bingo on December 5.


In the video for ‘Jenni’, directed by Nick Dehadray we follow a man on the verge of obsession, ‘Jenni’ the object of his desire and the focus of the video both lyrically and visually.


Woman’s Hour formed in 2010 as a three piece consisting of siblings Fiona and William Burgess on vocals and guitar respectively and Nicolas Graves on bass. Hailing from Kendal, the gateway to the Lake District, all three members grew up together but they only started making music when they moved South to London, a reaction to boredom as much as anything. They set out to make pop songs in arrangements that highlight sparse and dense sounds offset by electronic drums and have evolved into a truly unique live act. Three turned into four as Woman’s Hour were joined by long-time friend, Josh Hunnisett who provided a new viewpoint, opening up areas of songs that previously wouldn’t have been there and adding a brave, experimental outlook to their sound.


The single launch will take place at Servant Jazz Quarters in London on December 6.


For more information visit Women’s Hours Facebook


See ‘Jenni’ here on Vimeo.