8/31/2016

SIVAN Premieres New Video "Fire" on BlackBook

ISRAELI SINGER SONGWRITER SIVAN TALMOR 
RELEASES HER NEW VIDEO FOR TITLE TRACK 
ON HER NEW RECORD ‘FIRE’  
 BLACKBOOK PREMIERES VIDEO: SIVAN TALMOR'S FIRE



 

(Tel Aviv, Israel) August 31, 2016 – Sivan Talmor, Israeli singer/songwriter, today announced the release of the video for the title track on her new record, FIRE, to be released in the late fall. 

Inspired by the common threads of love and relationships, Sivan’s song ‘Fire’ addresses the need for people to constantly re-commit to their long term relationships and the video takes that theme to a new level.

Blackbook.com, who is today premiering the video says about the song, “With its mournful-but-sexy twanging guitars, clicking castanets and femme fatale overtones, Sivan Talmor’s new single ‘Fire’ seems destined to be sound tracking a Quentin Tarantino scene. Like Lana Del Rey, the Israeli singer-songwriter exhibits a particular gift for conveying unfulfillable longing; but with her sultry vocal delivery seems not quite as tragic or forlorn.”

The video itself involves the tragic tale of a ballerina who encounters a dangerous villain on a roadtrip, ending in tragedy.

But the artist herself explains it in a more poignant way:  "The ballerina in the video represents love. If you don't take care of love and pay attention to it, it can be ruined in a second. The ballerina is innocent and fragile. She's trying to save herself, but she can't see the full picture of the ploy she has gotten into. Similarly, if you don't pay attention to what's going on around you, it can all be ruined. The man in the video represents the opposing force to Cupid - the angel of death. If you don't open your eyes, he'll just seep into your life and ruin it all.”
                                                             
While the video itself is a study in as Blackbook.com says in its premiere, “ a tale of romantic conflict played out over long stretches of beautifully solitary desert. It recalls David Lynch in its unsettling sense of desolation and desperation,” the song itself is a study in love.

Learn more about Sivan here:   http://www.sivantalmor.com

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