Always unpredictable yet consistent in her approach, Brisbane singer/songwriter Meredith is one of the alternative pop world’s most enthralling new muses. Effortlessly fusing lo-fi indie pop production and folk influenced lyricism, her recent single ‘Jumpin Beds’ proved to be a flawless introduction to the mysterious new artist, and its accompanying music video is now here to give a further glimpse into Meredith’s world.
“‘Jumpin Beds’ was directed by filmmaker Danny McShane and edited by Pip Sugden. It was filmed around Brisbane in mainly industrial/urban spaces in the valley and city to create a really sterile, dull and lonely quality to my life at the time. The inspiration from the clip came from the story in the lyrics, depicting a transitioning stage in my life where I was constantly packing up a bag and heading to different homes. I didn’t have my own house and nowhere really felt like home – it seemed like I was living in a constant state of change. For filming, we hired an amazing old warehouse space in Brisbane CBD and filled it with a bunch of mine (and my friend’s) belongings to make it look like a place I’d been crashing in. It was a lot of fun to film, record and write and it’s cool to have a little memory of my life at the time – in film form.”