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Video premiere: Jena Keating addresses attachment and detachment on ‘Nobody Can Have Me’

Video premiere: Jena Keating addresses attachment and detachment on ‘Nobody Can Have Me’

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The alternative R&B artist Jena Keating is back with a new song and video ‘Nobody Can Have Me’.

The now-London-based Cork singer has shown a strong desire to dig deep and explore emotion, trauma and self-held beliefs.

‘Nobody Can Have Me’ finds Jena channelling a 90s pop R&B vibe on a song that addresses attachment and detachment.

“ [The song] encapsulates the painful detachment from a love not capable of lasting that long but did. It stores a solid truth that nobody ever will ‘have’ whole/fully me, but it comes from a source deeply burrowed in fear. It is misfortune, longing, resentments. It holds the process of healing while also grasping the sound of no more.”

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Watch the video directed by Jade De Robles Rossdale / Collective Films here, before general release tomorrow on the Audio Department label.

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See also:

Jena’s last song ‘Boundaries’.

Video Premiere: Cork artist Jena Keating unlearns the meaning of being ‘Alone’