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Princess Chelsea shares 'I Miss My Man' video ahead of her Homecoming Tour

24 November 2020 - 0 Comments

On the cusp of her much anticipated rescheduled tour, Princess Chelsea (Chelsea Nikkel) releases a new music video for I Miss My Man a song from 2018 album, The Loneliest Girl. The Homecoming Tour starts November 27 in Dunedin and will deliver a mix of known and loved songs along with a smattering of brand new music.

The new video and tour is a return to live performance after Princess Chelsea put her health before her music in 2018 and paused her ‘Loneliest Girl’ tour of New Zealand midway through. And she is delighted, "Two years later I'm pressing play again and excited to come back.”

The music video was shot on a phone at the local car wash. “In keeping with the tradition of my first album I decided to edit most of the videos for The Loneliest Girl album myself which gives them a certain naivety and purity. It’s a performance based music video essentially and an every persons song needs an every persons music video.”

Princess Chelsea’s most famous video Cigarette Duet from her debut album, Lil Golden Book, now has over 50 million views!

Nikkel shares about the track, “This song is about the slight shame a woke feminist might feel when missing a man or feeling sad about a man. I guess I’m trying to say don’t worry it’s normal and not necessarily weak to ‘miss your man’. We are only human after all. I was listening to a lot of Fleetwood Mac's Tango In The Night around the time of this composition. It’s about getting back to the basics of raw emotion and not having to contextualise every feeling - I believe love songs and break up songs can and should transcend certain personal boundaries and unite us in a way.”

Lauded by The FADER as “a Nancy Sinatra for the Shazam era – her voice, warm as a dimming flashbulb, spreads prestige over music that infuses genres from pop to house”, Princess Chelsea will be accompanied by the same band that toured the world with her for The Loneliest Girl album release in 2018 with the addition of Simeon Kavanagh-Vincent (Lucky Boy, Phoebe Rings). The band’s motto is “100% live aka no laptops and as many synths as possible”.

Joining for the full tour is Dunedin electronic artist, Stef Animal, acclaimed by Bandcamp Daily as “a leading example of Oceanic Vaporwave”.

Visuals for the shows are designed by the fantastical video animation artist, Simon Ward

Princess Chelsea Tour Dates

Friday 27th November - Dive, Dunedin

Saturday 28th November - Wunderbar, Christchurch

Thursday 3rd December - Tuning Fork, Auckland

Friday 4th December - Meow, Wellington

Saturday 5th December - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton

Sunday 6th December - Artworks, Waiheke Island

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