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London-based singer-songwriter Margot has created the music video for ‘Slow Down’ via Pink Bikini Records. The music video was filmed and edited by Tom Adam Green (who has previously worked with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes). The original single is taken from her debut EP, Make It Last which will be released on the 9th of October. The EP is produced by Frank Slimm (Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Maevis, Slowlines). Margot has been featured by noteworthy publications such as Clash Magazine, Spinnup, Essentially Pop, LeFutureWave and Girls Are Awesome. The songstress has spent the last few years writing and producing her first singles, playing her first shows and refining her craft both in the studio and on the stage.
WATCH: Margot – ‘Slow Down’
Originally from Paris, France, lived in Berlin, Germany and now based in London, UK, Margot has been trained to play both the violin and the piano. When she was younger, the songstress was exposed to a wide variety of music from classical opera to Rage Against The Machine, however when seeking inspiration for her own work Margot turns to the likes of Erykah Badu, H.E.R., Raveena, Ari Lennox, Frank Ocean and Rihanna. With these vast influences, her own sound draws closer parallels to Dua Lipa, MØ and Alina Baraz.
Embodying summer in all its glory, Margot takes us into a countryside wonderland filled with bright colours and a fresh warm breeze to tantalize the viewers in the music video for ‘Slow Down’. Keeping with the trend of independence and self-love, the songstress brings a flirty and fun rhythm the song with her unique style. Shimmering light and sparkles of pop take the listener on a journey of joy.
Speaking of the music video, Margot tells us: “I’m so lucky to be blessed with an amazing video team. There’s only a few of us as I plan all of the scenes, sets and outfits myself, and I’ve been working with videographer Tom Adam Green since my first music video. We shot it out in the countryside north of London and we had to carry half the props across different fields to find the best spots. Even my mum flew in from France to help out! It was definitely worth it though.”