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Gentle Party shares first of three videos titled “Unsafe” off their upcoming album God Complex

Gentle Party is a chamber pop trio that pioneers an expansive sound distinct to their West Coast roots. The band are sharing a series of three videos from their upcoming album, God Complex, beginning with “Unsafe.”

Unsafe” is a gentle, harp led incantation sung from the perspective of a sexual assault survivor addressing her abuser in court. She wants to subject him to extreme vulnerability to understand her experience and feelings.

Gentle Party chose to visualize the prejudice that people can carry towards survivors by veiling the video’s actors in different colours. Their veils match the guilty party’s in the beginning of the video, but by the end they are removed to reveal teal coloured veils – the colour used to represent sexual assault awareness.

Stream Unsafe on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/3ZpYNSza3296ZSHdzlGDvT?si=697dba12c5b04298

https://www.instagram.com/gentleparty/

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