VIDEO REVIEW: Sevdaliza “Backseat Love” (NSFW)

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At its outset, “Backseat Love” seems to be the start of a movie montage, the kind of montage where a provocative woman sets out to assassinate her ex-lover. Turns out Sevdaliza was cruising around in her vintage Impala for opposite reasons. Coming out of The Netherlands, the Iranian-born singer’s new video shows her notorious raciness and ample derriere as she connects with both men and women across the city in some cinematic trysts. There’s little left to the imagination as we see candle wax dripping down the small of her lover’s back, provocative poses in black lace lingerie, and close-ups of manicured red nails digging into flesh.
Clearly, “Backseat Love” introduces a different edge for Sevdaliza, as her last two videos “Clear Air” and “Sirens Of The Caspian” focused on elements of nature, with many colors and hues. The scenes in the new video are shot with a mysterious, shadowy vignette that compliments her disco sound. She reigns as a creature of the night, a cool energy burning in her gaze while she smokes a cigarette, waiting for her cue while playing pool. Lyrics “You said I took your free will” can only pertain to way she conducts herself in the video, seemingly taking control of her conquests.
Although Sevdaliza doesn’t have any tour dates for the area lined up, we can appreciate the intimate videos she produces. Check out NSFW vid for “Backseat Love” below and head to her SoundCloud for more jams.

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