Their result at Eurovision in Tel Aviv wasn’t what we’ve been hoping for. But Germany’s Sisters are set to keep working together. Amidst all the Eurovision buzz, they’ve released the long-anticipated music video for “Sister”.
Recorded in the Wuppertal Fight Club, the Marvin Ströter and Laurell Barker directed clip sees the two girls give up fighting against each other. In what is about to become a heated situation, the women unite forces.
The emotions come through in the music video. Besides, there’s a bunch of close-up shots that show the growing bond between Carlotta and Laurita, ultimately overcoming their situation to realize they’re stronger together.
Sisters “Sister” (Official Music Video)
In a statement released to Wiwibloggs, Laurell Barker, who’s one of the songwriters behind “Sister”, says:
Working with S!sters on their song and music video has been a truly rewarding experience. These girls embody the message of the song by joining forces when they could have been competitors instead. The song is for all women, and an encouragement to grow beyond the societal structure we live in that forces women to compete for the few spaces in society where we are allowed to succeed, be paid equally, and have a voice.
As you may know, Carlotta and Laurita met each other a few weeks before the German national final. But their bond has become stronger ever since and they’re really good friends now. They’re reflecting what it means to be working together as women by uniting their forces!
Sisters (Germany) Interview at Eurovision 2019
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