For your eyes
15 June 2023
A song about the safe spaces we create for ourselves, and the
exhaustion of feeling scrutinised outside of these boundaries.
Turn Up The Volume wrote: “A lot of angst and frustration erupt from the
very first moment that this raging burst attacks your stereo. Daylight Robbery‘s
sizzling post-punk exorcism grabs you by the throat from the get-go and never
loses its grip and its thundering velocity. Add Hough‘s bone-chilling vocals, and
you’ll experience a mind-crushing nightmare in broad daylight.”
HAVVK has now launched a brand-new video to visualize the song.
The clip explores themes of expectation and infringement of safety,
particularly for women and gender non-conforming people. It was directed
by Havvk‘s singer/musician Julie Hough and shot by Tim Shearwood entirely
in black and white.
Hough: “It’s about a girl who’s living the same day (or nightmare) over and over again.
We’ve been writing a lot about the topic of sleep lately – or lack thereof! I’ve had some
fun run-ins with insomnia and sleep anxiety in the last few years and it’s made me think
a lot about how our waking lives impact our subconscious and our connection to
Talking about an EYE-catching video clip.
Roll the tape.