Following the release of her brand new energetic single ‘do i, do i’ as well as its Mandarin version titled ‘欲擒故纵’, Singaporean singer-songwriter inch has just released two music videos for the song.
This single, which marks inch’s first bilingual (English and Mandarin) song, is the first release of her upcoming two-part EP childish.
Describing the origins of the single, inch says,
“‘do i, do i’ touches on the toxic and intoxicating feeling of being in a bad abusive romance- the push, the pull, the pleasure and pain. It is the feeling of being in an echo chamber of the good and bad memories; the struggle with and against an invisible entity that twists, turns, and gaslights. “It is ultimately about the journey of grieving, acceptance, and walking away and coming out a little stronger.”
Speaking of the music video, she explains,
“This new era of me is really about trying new things and revisiting the things that bring me joy both musicially and in life. I’ve never been much of a dancer but definitely enjoyed dancing when no one is looking, with the trusty guidance of my choreographer sister, Venus Chun, along with a fun crew of collaborators. We were able to put this video together.”