Rosalia has shared an earthy new video for ‘Delirio de Grandeza’ – check it out below.
Spanish songstress made her grand return to the music scene in March with her third studio album Motomami. In the lead-up to the album’s release, the singer released radio singles like “Saoko” and “Chicken Teriyaki.” Now, Rosalía is taking fans further into the world of Motomami with a new music video for album cut “Delirio de Grandeza,” following Motomami tracks “Candy” and “Hentai.”
The new video sees Rosalía in a forest chopping wood, building a fire and foraging for plants amongst nature.
The visual was directed by Mitch Ryan in Downsville, New York and you an watch it here:
Rosalía said that this was the “hardest album” for her to create. “I’m very grateful to all the people that have been part of the album, but this album wouldn’t exist without the sacrifice and the dedication and the blood, sweat, tears, literally,” she said. “Being far from home for almost two years. Being far from the people I love for almost two years, because I never did that in my life and I don’t know if I could do it again because honestly, it was really tough.”