‘BODY’ – SUMif {NEW MUSIC VIDEO}


With an unparalleled energy and drive, SUMif has become one of the most buzzing electro-pop acts in the game. Today she returns with the official music video for her most recent single, “Body.”

The minimalistic yet expressive music video for “Body” premiered on Asymmetric Magazine, complete with an exclusive interview with SUMif. The video – which was directed by SUMif (Steph Wells) herself – explores gender and sexual fluidity, using choreography to illustrate that there is masculine and feminine energy dancing inside us all.

Vibrant queer songstress SUMif – aka Steph Wells – kicked off 2018 with her debut EP ‘Pretty Cage’ which was praised by key tastemakers such as NYLON, C-Heads, and Atwood Magazine. SUMif has also been hailed as a queer artist to watch by key LGBTQ+ magazines such as Billboard Pride, After Ellen and Go Magazine.

SUMif’s unmatched energy has also made her a go-to live performer in her hometown of San Francisco, performing at SF Pride and recently announcing an opening slot for electronic-duo Classixx on September 13th at California Academy of Science.

 

Available now – stream on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3BTxuC…

and Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bod…

Check out more from SUMif here:  FACEBOOK / INSTAGRAM / SOUNDCLOUD / WEBSITE

 

Music Video Production Crew:

Steph Wells – Director

Nick Testa – Cinematographer/Editor

Luke Henesy Anderson – Dancer

Annemarie Estess – Choreographer


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