Australian artist Tia Gostelow gives her take on relationship gaslighting in new single "Psycho." An ethereal and effortless release, dripping with resonating guitars and dreamlike melodies, Gostelow shows just how little time she has for those who want to play games.
The accompanying visuals delve further into different relationships and the emotional rollercoaster that we go through on the journey to find "the one". Producer Kate O'Sullivan shares, “On the surface, the video is built around revealing recently abandoned domestic spaces that ask the viewer to look for clues that will disclose the kind of people that live there and question the nature of their relationship. I hope that as you look closer, more and more unsettling motifs and clues are revealed.”
We can all identify with "Psycho" on some level. In the current dating landscape, finding someone who is genuine can sometimes feel like an impossible task and more often than not, Tinder dates seem to end in failure, rather than success. Gostelow is here to remind us that we're not alone in our endeavors. She wants us to keep our heads up, remember who we are and to never let anyone undermine us.
Known for her infectious indie pop releases, “Psycho” is off of Tia Gostelow’s upcoming full length album due for release in October 2020.
Watch the premiere of "Psycho" below.