Today, singer-songwriter Katrina Ford (of Celebration and Mt Royal) shares “Go Deep”, the fourth single off her debut solo EP, due June 24 via Violin Films, along with an accompanying collage-like video, made by Ford herself.
“It’s ok to grow roots,” says Ford.
“I had a dream about speeding down a cliff road, in a borrowed yellow Lamborghini. Roaring to the shore, to visit a fortune teller on the pier. I was told she lies before I saw her. Confused, I left , walking past piles of riches, gold statues, jewels and cash dumped in the sand littering the beach. A family of beggars in black rags, approached me on the boardwalk. I had nothing, to give . My only valuable was to accept myself without outside influence. Everyone was trying to influence me but I was finding home within, and letting myself be rooted in my own self belief, despite the cliff dwelling Lamborgini owner, despite the lying fortune teller, despite the beggars. I could hold on,” she continues.
“So self-indulgent in our elementary school fantasy of Beverly Hills Cop — directly energized by Harold Faltermer – ‘Axel F.’ I feel the leather and the steel so ornately and loveably fun. Ends a Howling Roy-Orbisonian cloned bubbles popping into the sunset.”