Shebloom / Go Ghost

From her recent EP No Where, Now Here, Shebloom‘s self-produced “Go Ghost” is a double-paneling indie music video showing a woman’s unique responses from being ghosted. While the upbeat track keeps the theme light-hearted, imagery like balloon-popping, flower-eating, and dancing with yogis hints at an underlying wounding from the heartbreak. 

Shebloom wrote, recorded and produced the song in her East Atlanta home that she’s moving out of this week. She shot the video in Grant Park. A few scenes were shot in her videographer’s apartment as well.

The books in the beginning of the video are symbols of emotional attachment. She liked juxtaposing them with her video’s portrayal of other breakup emotions (apathy, acceptance, passive-aggressiveness, rage).


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