Ernest has released another of his popular Salvage Sessions videos, with ‘Miss That Girl’ being the latest to receive an acoustic revamp.
The catchy heartbreak anthem is set to feature on Ernest's upcoming deluxe album, Flower Shops: Two Dozen Roses. The project will be released on February 10.
In the new video, as he launches into the opening verse, Ernest walks purposefully past the surrounding graveyard of disused vehicles and straight towards the camera.
The upbeat, addictive melody flows in the style of a nursery-rhyme, before Ernest cranks up the intensity and dives into the full-blooded, despairing chorus (“That girl is long gone, hate to say it's my fault / She quit answering my calls so I wake up and drive”).
‘Miss That Girl’ was released back in December alongside ‘Unhang The Moon’ and ‘Songs We Used To Sing’. In addition to the new Salvage Sessions visuals, the studio version of ‘Miss That Girl’ was also given its own music video shortly before Christmas.
The new acoustic rendition of the track follows on from previous Salvage Sessions videos for ‘Feet Wanna Run’, ‘Songs We Used To Sing’ and ‘Comfortable When I'm Crazy’.
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