Leah McFall Has Released The Music Video For Recent Single “Freckles”

We were delighted when Leah McFall announced at her gig that there was going to be a music video for “Freckles“, and now it is here. It was so worth the wait and Leah McFall sure impresses in the track and the visual. Her last official music video was for “White X”.

In our review of the track, we stated that: “[It] has a beaty backing track that really compliments Leah McFall’s beautiful vocals. Her falsetto is on point throughout this track whilst the chorus brings a whole new real side to her.”

According to the YouTube description, Luke McCabe acted as creative director, while Poppy Garton acted as assistant creative director. As for the director of photography, that was handled by Simeon Geyer. There was a total of five dancers, the lead dancer was Monique Jonas, whilst the others were Alice Burnett, Nicolle Carter, Shawarah Battles, and Tumi Olubi.

Watch Leah McFall’s Music Video To “Freckles” Here:

Interpreting the song into dance is clearly not an easy task, and yet the dancers easily incorporate the meaning of the song into their performance whilst also allowing the rhythm of the track to flow through their bodies, and it’s simply beautiful to watch. Intercut throughout is Leah McFall singing the song, she looks stunning in every way. She’s wearing a see-through blue raincoat paired with a white roll-neck jumper and white jeans, her outfit easily compliments her white-blonde hair – styled by Aidan Bradley – and her stunning make-up which was done by Angela Muruli.

Freckles” is available to download and stream right now. If you haven’t already, make sure you check out our gig review of her White X Tour in Birmingham, UK. Also, we’ve included the video of her performing “Freckles” at the gig, below.

What do you make of Leah McFall’s music video to “Freckles“? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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