I Love You, But has an ear-worm hook with a heavy urban beat and a deliciously dark, brooding quality. Shameem not only wrote but also co-produced the track, playing keyboards and contributing to the drum programming, in addition to her emotional, gravity-defying vocal performance. The song is one of four to be unveiled on Shameem’s forthcoming EP, Time Does Not Reverse, which was recorded and co-produced with Rob Agostini (Rai Thistlethwaite, Tim & Jean) at Soundbaker Studios in Perth.
While the song is personal to Shameem and the lyrics stem from a broken relationship, the music video produced by Alucinor Productions boldly takes on the topical issue of problem gambling. Shameem says, “I’ve never been personally affected by gambling addiction, but I love using my music to raise consciousness about social issues that are prevalent in the world, and I’m glad to be able to speak up about what is a tricky subject for a lot of people.”
Shameem is very excited to announce the release of a video for her track “Sleeper On The Night Train”, which features on her debut self-titled album. Produced by Dylan Tilbury for Ow My Eye! Productions, the video was shot in Perth at Subiaco Train Station. The rhythmic groove of the song is animated by the choreography of Perth hip hop and tap dancer Leanne Driel.
Shameem & band have just released a new video clip! The featured track is “Strawberry” from the band’s debut album; it is a personal story inspired by Shameem’s birthmark and carries a positive message of celebrating individuality and uniqueness. Produced by Ow My Eye! Productions, the video features many everyday people – many of them are Shameem’s own family, friends and fans. It’s already becoming popular on YouTube – enjoy and share it!
Directed and produced by Dylan Tilbury for Ow My Eye! Productions.
Directed and produced by Dylan Tilbury of Ow My Eye! Productions.