Reflected in broken mirrors, lens flares and kaleidosopic whirlpools, Shah's eyes stare deep into the camera amid myriad shadows and contrasting light/dark palettes. It's intense, rife with symbolic body language; it's simply-presented with subtle subtexts, and allows the music to still hog the attention.

Speaking about the video, Shah said:

"We wanted to keep it really simple to give the song room to breathe. The idea was to show anxiety through the use of repetitive images. We took a lot of inspiration aesthetically from '70s horror films.”

The clip was directed by Matthew Cummins. Watch below.

A new Nadine Shah record is expected in 2015.