Australian pop artist Phil Hancock returns to music with his new single “Heaven”.
“Heaven” explores the breakdown of a relationship – the pain, confusion and desperation in being left alone and the lengths you’d go to just to be with that person. In the video, Phil performs the song alone in darkened rooms as objects come crashing down around him. Meanwhile, featured dancer Kelsey Riachi gives a heartbreaking interpretative dance to the song.
“I wanted the video to feel dark and claustrophobic” he says, “to evoke that feeling of being empty and hurt by the departure of someone close to you.” Released independently, “Heaven” has, in a few weeks, amassed over 30,000 streams across YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music, and it continues to grow.
Originally a songwriter to other artists behind the scenes, Phil says it’s time to step out to tell his own stories and share his journey as an independent gay pop artist in Australia. 2018 has been a rollercoaster year of heartbreak and growth, and Phil is pouring it all into this next chapter of music.
Describing his new sound, Phil says it is “dance-’til-you-cry music Australian pop artist Phil Hancock today released the music video for his latest single “Heaven”. His first release in over 4 years, “Heaven” marks the opening chapter to a collection of pop gems being released by Phil throughout 2019.
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