The Miltones have just revealed the stunning video to their latest single ‘Disappear’. Filmed in the iconic Civic Theatre in Auckland, it features lead singer and front woman Milly Tabak.
Exploring the struggle of leaving a controlling situation, the video features an ethereal performance by Milly Tabak, set against the backdrop of one of Auckland’s most beautiful and iconic theatres, The Civic. Standing alone under the spotlight, performing to an empty theatre, dancers surround and weave around her.
Directed, produced and edited by Charlotte Evans, who has also worked with the likes of Aldous Harding, the video was funded by NZOA. It was also made with the support of Auckland Live, which provided The Civic as the setting, as well as lighting and staging, as part their Taite Awards prize.
Tabak explains that the idea behind the video was to showcase the work of some of New Zealand’s most talented female creatives.
“We wanted to celebrate their voice and contribution in the surrounding industries,” she says. “Part of the goal was to also work with other women who were friends of the band, and create a project in which everybody played an integral part.”