Marissa Nadler Debuts “Baby, I Will Leave You in The Morning”
Boston dream-folk artist Marissa Nadler has debuted a new video for “Baby, I Will Leave You In The Morning,” the first single off her forthcoming self-titled album out June 14 on her own Box of Cedar Records.
Produced by Marissa herself and Guy Benoit, the video for “Baby, I Will Leave You In The Morning,” was shot at The Grand Manor in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Marissa depicts a lonely character singing to herself in various empty rooms of an antique manor. As the sadness and longing consume her, she fades into psychedelic fever dreams losing grip of reality. The clip shows the character walking around the abandoned house in a white wedding dress, overcome by nostalgia. All that remains are old player pianos, mannequins, costumes, and memories of her forsaken love.
After releasing several critically-acclaimed albums with Kemado (and having one of her songs inspire the name for vinyl start-up Mexican Summer), Marissa has ventured out on her own for this fifth release. Funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign, where devoted fans donated to support her latest recorded effort, she’s also offering a string of hand-painted records and original artwork via Etsy.