Fergie Has Dropped The Visual To “Tension” From Double Dutchess

If you have been living under a rock, then you would not know that Fergie has dropped her first album in over 11 years. That’s right, her second studio album Double Dutchess was released yesterday. She is certainly capitalising on promotion of the album, by dropping visuals for her tracks.

“Tension” is the tenth track on the album, and this visual comes from the Visual Experience video from the deluxe version. We expect Fergie to continue to drop these all week, so expect a lot more articles. The album is pure fire, and we do have an album review on its way too.

Watch Fergie’s Music Video To “Tension” Here:


This clip is pure festival season in every way. It is the second visual from Fergie that she doesn’t star in, the first being “Enchanté (Carine) [feat. Axl Jack]“. Three women are the central focus of this visual.

The opening scene sees them in the back of the car, on their way to the festival. The following scenes see them living it large at the festival. It showcases exactly what it’s like being within that atmosphere and it really makes us wish it was festival season all over again.

The song is fresh and a totally different vibe for Fergie. The track sounds more like something Kylie Minogue would drop. Yet again, this amazing female singer shows she is a diverse musician, and that 11 years was totally worth the wait.

What do you make of Fergie’s “Tension”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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