Pixey Shares Video for New Single ‘Just Move’

Rising Liverpool artist Pixey has shared a new single titled ‘Just Move’. The upbeat track arrives with an accompanying music video directed by Daniel Broadley. Check it out below.

“‘Just Move’ was written and recorded in my bedroom at the beginning of lockdown,” Pixey explained in a statement. “I thought it would be ironic to write a dance tune when the last thing anyone would be doing is going out and actually dancing. On the flip side I really missed going out and doing something that simple. It’s a clear instruction – the song’s meaning is as literal as it sounds. With the last few months feeling so complicated and unprecedented I thought it would be refreshing to write something with a simple request, as dancing and moving is in (most) people’s nature!”

Marking her Club Chess Records debut, ‘Just Move’ follows on from her independently released 2019 EP, Colours.

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