“Distant child, my flower..
Are you blowing in the breeze?
Can you feel me as I breathe life into you?”
Queen Kylie Minogue has just unveiled what happens to be a thoroughly flawless video for her not-so-new single ‘Flowers‘, a gorgeous ode to an unborn child. ‘Flowers‘, written by Kylie and Steve Anderson, was originally scheduled for inclusion on Kylie’s 2007 album ‘X‘, but missed out on the final track-list. Thankfully Mizz Minogue has revived the unreleased classic for her upcoming album, ‘The Abbey Road Sessions‘, scheduled for release in November – and the result is nothing short of mesmerizing. A vulnerable Kylie is a rare phenomenon – and the self-directed video for ‘Flower‘ shows Kylie in a sheer chiffon wandering through meadows and forests, redefining melancholy with her soaring vocals and a palpable sense of longing. This is the kinda song and video you play when you need a moment to yourself, it’s a potent score that soothes the broken-hearted blues, nourishing that sense of longing and pain, making you reach a comfort-zone where you actually end up enjoying your vulnerability. 25 years in the biz, and Goddess Kylie does it again y’all!
Check out Kylie Minogue’s ‘Flower‘ right here :