Melbourne’s genre-defying and electrifying force in music, Ecca Vandal, today reveals the release date of her self-titled, debut album alongside her new single and official video ‘Future Heroine.’
Wielding a dark and primal industrial beat ‘Future Heroine’ is painted with Ecca’s incredible vocal dexterity, while harnessing her explosive energy and commanding aggression. “‘Future Heroine’ is about the death of a relationship,” says Vandal, “where addictions win and take priority over love, health and happiness. In the video, I play the role of the persistent voice in my lover’s head, from two very opposing perspectives.”
The surreal and provocative clip depicts those two conflicting characters of Vandal’s psyche, unleashing Heaven and Hell upon her lover as he trips through a decadent, otherworldly backdrop of debauchery and excess. The video was co-directed by Vandal and Melbourne-based filmmaker / cinematographer Amy Dellar of Indoor Fountains.
The thundering first taste of the Ecca Vandal album came in the form of ‘Broke Days, Party Nights’, a call to arms to live life to its peak and to never let finances or rulebooks stop you from tearing the roof off the joint and having a great time. The track premiered on the airwaves via triple j’s Goodnights With Linda and was added straight to their playlist and gained praise both on home soil as well as internationally.