Watch Maya Hawke take part in an orgy within the music video for brand spanking new single ‘Thérèse’

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Maya Hawke has launched a raunchy music video to accompany ‘Thérèse’, the primary single from her upcoming album ‘MOSS’.

With the track itself carrying a delicate instrumental lull and delicate vocal melody, the accompanying music video – which was directed by Brady Corbet (Vox Lux) – sees Hawke and her buddies take part in an orgy in a darkish forest, quickly to be caught by police. Whereas some disperse or are eliminated in handcuffs, Hawke and the remaining stroll by means of the forest bare, delivering the chorus: “It’s tactless, it’s a check / It’s simply Thérèse“.

Watch the video beneath:

The Stranger Issues star stated of her newest single in a press assertion: “‘Thérèse’ is in regards to the secret areas we construct the place we’re free to be ourselves, in a world that’s at all times deliberately or systematically misunderstanding us.”

As reported by Selection, Hawke and Corbet hosted a screening of the video at New York’s Metrograph on July 17. Hawke’s handwritten letters to the occasion launched friends to her perceptions of sexuality. “We’re all bombarded with unfavorable and doctored pictures of our bodies on a regular basis, whether or not we wish to be or not,” Hawke wrote. “The ‘artwork’ I noticed about sexuality once I was rising up (being sincere… I’m nonetheless rising up) helped free me from a tradition that appears to need us all to hate ourselves and worry others, proper?

“There’s a lot to really feel bleak about nowadays nevertheless it’s necessary to seek out moments of pleasure and look out for one another the place and after we can nowadays.”

Hawke’s second studio album, ‘MOSS’, is marked for launch on September 23 through Mother + Pop. It marks the follow-up to the actress/musician’s debut providing, ‘Blush’, which dropped again in August 2020.

In a four-star assessment, NME’s Rhian Daly described ‘Blush’ as a “forthright assortment of folk-rock tales of the center”.

“It’s an understated pay attention,” Daly wrote, “however one that attracts you in and envelopes you in Hawke’s cosy world of self-reflection. ‘Blush’ exhibits the work of a songwriter who, whilst one thing of a rookie, can command your consideration and feelings with probably the most easy of strains.”



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