Watch Rina Sawayama’s flamboyant “Cherry” video

Rina Sawayama‘s “Cherry” is out now on [PIAS] imprint Different Recordings.

Rina Sawayama recently shared her single “Cherry” where she celebrates pansexuality. She’s now unveiled its video and as expected, it’s a flamboyant piece of art. Besides the empowering choreography, there’s a waterfall of feathers and flower petals surrounding the Japanese-born, London-based artist. With its mix of attitude and couture, it reminds us of Troye Sivan‘s “Bloom” visuals. About the video, choreographer Joelle Fontaine detailed:

With this song and creative I specifically casted several POC Queer dancers fully embracing their femininity as that’s something you don’t see. So the movement is based around the struggle of coming to terms with what society has told you is wrong, but in the end is a justified feeling.

Watch the Isaac Lock-directed iconic video and her amazing live performance for VEVO DSCVR below pixels.

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