19 year-old singer/songwriter Vikki Gilmore has released “My Song”, the second music video in support of his debut EP, “Where You’re From”. Directed by fellow Montrealers Justine Costello and Julia Kozak, the video complaints Gilmore’s warm and breezy texture through a story of summer love.
Ahead of the release, we spoke to Gilmore about the song, along with what is yet to come from the talented songstress:
Mr. Wavvy: What was the inspiration behind the song?
Vikki Gilmore: The song was inspired by the complicity of unrequited in all of its forms.
What can we expect from you music wise within the next year?
Definitely more live performances, collaborations with other artists and hopefully an full length album in the works.
What is the meaning of life?
Throughout the past year, Gilmore has been gaining a steady following for herself, performing shows at some of Montreal’s favourite venues including Parc Jean Drapeau and Theatre Sainte-Catherine, along with festivals such as POP Montreal, Monkland Street Festival, and MURAL. You could catch her tonight at Le Cagibi, opening for Mattie Leon. More info on the show is available here.