Samia Unveils Full Band Version of ‘Is There Something in the Movies?’

Samia has released the full bad version of her The Baby highlight ‘Is There Something in the Movies?’. It arrives with an accompanying performance video filmed at Red Convertible Recording and directed by Matthew Hixon. Check it out below.

“We’ve been playing this version of ‘movies’ live for a couple years but opted to put a more stripped down version that’s centered around the vocals on the record,” Samia said in a statement, adding, “Making this video was the first time we got to hang as a band since quarantine started, so it was a special moment for all of us! I love to rock with my band.”

The Baby, Samia’s debut full-length album, arrived in August via Grand Jury Music. Check out our Artist Spotlight Q&A with Samia, and read our review of the album.

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