Berlin-based singer/ songwriter Nessi unleashes an emotional video for her new single 'Just A Line', taken from her upcoming EP 'Twentythreeyears' which is due for release on February 24th 2014 through Serve & Volley Records.
The video shows Nessi bumping into various versions of herself; including a crying woman in the street, a glamorous barmaid and an angry woman on the phone. All seem to be experiencing the same relationship issue but dealing with it in different ways - as if they were all different people who merely look alike. The song is a gentle pop number with tender vocals and a slow drum beat that really infuse the sadness of the lyrical situation, though with the melodic guitar riffs throughout, a sense of hope and inner strength is easily evoked.
Nessi was born in Hamburg but moved to Berlin to pursue her musical dreams. She unveiled her EP's first single 'Hush Hush' earlier this month (January 2014) and it became an instant hit, reaching the iTunes Alternative Chart's Top 20 almost immediately. Currently supporting Babyshambles in her home country, Nessi has several German-wide shows coming up over the next few months, including sets at festivals Rock im Park and Rock am Ring.
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