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Watch the dreamy new video from Birdy


Despite being just 20 years old, singer-songwriter Birdy is already on her third album, with Beautiful Lies, released earlier this year, following her criticially-acclaimed, self-titled debut and follow-up Fire Within

This record has seen her expand her sonic horizons, with lead single Keeping Your Head Up exhibiting almost Florence and the Machine-esque bombastic production.

Now, she's back with the video for new single Words, a beautiful ballad which showcases her wonderfully pure vocals perfectly.

You can check out the video, which follows the singer on an ethereal and dreamy journey, exclusively on ShortList.com below:

Birdy is on tour in the UK in October and November, for a full list of dates head to officialbirdy.com




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