Ria Mae debuted the video for her introspective new single “Red Light” on HuffPost Queer Voices. “Red Light,” serves as the second single off her recently released EP My Love and follows the massive hit “Bend,” which is certified Gold in Canada and has garnered almost 5 million combined worldwide streams.
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The heart heavy video takes viewers on a reflective journey through a relationship as it reaches its end at a red light. “It is a song about knowing you’re about to be broken up with,” says Ria. “It’s knowing you can’t change the outcome, and trying to prolong the end.” The video for “Red Light” features Toronto-based couple Bronwyn Hope and Kristen Griesbach (Kage) and is directed by newcomer Tristan Clarke McMurchy.
Last fall, Ria released her EP My Love to critical acclaim and completed a Canadian co-headlining tour with Scott Helman. My Love is the follow up to Ria’s self-titled album that launched the Platinum-selling “Clothes Off,” the Gold certified “Ooh Love,” and garnered over 41 million combined worldwide streams. Ria is currently in the studio writing and recording her follow-up EP scheduled for later this year.
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