Polly Money continues her ascent to mainstream consciousness with visuals for pop banger ‘It Would Be Okay’.
Polly Money has achieved more before her 21st Birthday than most artists achieve in their whole career. The Cornwall-come-London singer-songwriter has opened for Muse in front of 80,000 at the Stade de France, supported Gabrielle Aplin in her hometown and represented BBC Introducing at Glastonbury. Add a place on this year’s Isle of Wight festival bill and you’ve got the long and short of just how far she has come already.
Continuing her ascent into mainstream consciousness, Polly teams up with D&AD award winning director Lily Celeste to deliver visuals for ‘It Would Be Okay’. The first single from imminent EP ‘Adventures Of The 90’s Kid’ is a four-and-a-half minute ebb and flow of harmony-stacked interludes, sugary-sweet vocals and Jack Garratt-esque production.
The video’s narrative follows the protagonist’s struggle for independence in a dysfunctional relationship. ‘It’s less about the relationship and more about the female’s transition from dependent girlfriend to a liberated, autonomous woman’ director Celeste tells us. It looks like Polly can tick off ‘awesome first music video’ on her long list of achievements too now.