Leah Marie Mason is back and better than ever with her latest single “Holy Water”. The young artist has taken a departure from her sweet and nostalgic style and has presented a more edge and powerful persona in her new visuals for the single.
Directed by Preemo and produced by Content Kidz, the black-and-white video for “Holy Water” showcases Mason’s raw talent. The video opens with Mason praying at a small chapel’s altar before she endures a church service led by the man she sings about. Her desperation for the churchgoers to see what she sees is evident, and as the man at the pulpit preaches and proselytizes, Mason warns anyone who will listen that this man is not who he seems.
The sincerity of the gospel-inspired ballad shines through in the extended shots of Mason bowing her head in prayer, standing outside the church alone, and watching her antagonist spin his tricks. The choir of voices that espouses the truth of the man at the pulpit adds to the powerful message of the song, leaving a lasting impact on the audience.
With “Holy Water,” Leah Marie Mason seamlessly blends a modern, sultry style with an important message that translates to many real-world experiences. The song sheds light on the dangers of self-proclaimed holiness and serves as a powerful reminder to always question authority. Leah Marie Mason’s new single “Holy Water” is a must-listen for fans and music lovers alike. The powerful message, combined with Mason’s exceptional vocal talent, makes for a truly unforgettable experience.