Sibille Attar's unique pop stance made her debut album 'Sleepyhead' a cult tip on its 2013 release.
Since then she's rather retreated from the limelight, releasing a few collaborations here and there while working, refining her own material.
Recent EP 'Paloma's Hand' marked her return, a vivid collection of alt-pop pieces that built into something refined.
Lead track 'I Don't Have To' re-affirmed her independence, and we're able to share the visuals before anyone else.
Typically idiosyncratic, it was built with a handful of close collaborators, and was directed by Linda Hedström (also keyboardist in ShitKid).
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