Denai Moore cuts shapes in the desert for ‘Desolately Devoted’ video

Singer-song­writer Denai Moore has released new video for her song ‘Des­o­late­ly Devot­ed’, and it sees her gal­li­vant­i­ng about the South African desert.

Con­tin­u­ing her series of bold visu­als for her recent­ly released sec­ond album, We Used to Bloom, her lat­est video, direct­ed by Travys Owen, fea­tures her loung­ing in desert veg­e­ta­tion and throw­ing shapes in the mid­dle of incred­i­ble vistas.

“Des­o­late­ly Devot­ed is about the ter­ri­fy­ing but won­der­ful sen­sa­tion of want­i­ng to be with some­one, and the reluc­tance to accept that some­one can make you feel so vul­ner­a­ble,” said Moore in a statement.

“The idea of the video was for it to be shot in vast des­o­late spaces in South Africa. This was prob­a­bly my favourite video I’ve ever shot, main­ly because I would have been too ter­ri­fied to make this kind of video years ago. I nev­er used to be able to even watch my own videos back but I watch this one all the time.”

You can watch the full video below.

Fol­low­ing the release of her sec­ond album, Moore is set to tour the UK this autumn.

Moore has so far released videos for her sin­gles ‘Trick­le’ and ‘Does It Get Eas­i­er?’, as well as a behind the scenes look at the mak­ing of ‘All the Way’ with Kwabs.

Image: In Bloom