Heathers - Call Home

20 September Critic Jonni 0 Comments


Call Home - Heathers |

This Irish sister duo has been on form lately, so much so that I got the chance to interview them for CelebMix; it was such a great interview, that I just had to review one of their music videos today. This is their most-recent visual release; they recently released the single "Midnight Train" but there aren't any plans for a music video, according to the interview. They've had great success to date, and I am certainly loving their recent songs, this one and "Midnight Train" are pure fire. Watch Heathers unleash emotional performance vibes in this scenic music video for their single "Call Home".

Heathers are an Irish duo consisting of Ellie and Louise Macnamara. They've been going for a number of years and have released two albums to date. They went viral with the song "Forget Me Knots" which allowed them to tour in various countries around the world. They certainly have incredible voices and each song they release is worthy of being a successful international hit, all it takes is one; with vocals like this, it's only a matter of time. This song is beyond catchy and you realise that it's stuck in your head after the first listen.

The music video was directed by Crooked Gentleman Films. It's a pure performance visual, with intercutting scenes of the sea waves and other beautiful scenery.

There's not a lot going on throughout, both Louise Macnamara and Ellie Macnamara have their own scenes throughout with very small clips of them in the same visuals. This leaves a lot of chemistry missing. Regardless, they mean every single thing they are singing, pushing their energy into the music video; and it comes off perfectly.

Who wouldn't want to see Heathers live after this music video? I definitely want to be in a crowd at one of their gigs if this is what their stage presence is like. It's a great music video that really showcases these two sisters off perfectly. It relates to the song and has this serene feel to it.
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