It was released on May 11, as the fifth single from his debut studio album Hozier and peaked at number 13 on the Irish Singles Chart. A music video to accompany the release of "Someone New" was first released onto YouTube on 2 March at a total length of four minutes and three seconds. The music video features actress Natalie Dormer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Indie rock soul blues.
Look back at the leading ladies of the s who made their mark with iconic roles and some major hairstyles, too. See the gallery. Title: Hozier: Someone New Video Easy to see it as love song. But, it represents more. Something cold, power, intense, for the Hozier mark, giving only questions , proposing provocative perspective and oices. Like an old, precious, flavor.
The duet was an international hit. The success of the song has been attributed to the "Someone New" music video, which also featured Heather Nova, and made its rounds on the European music television channels. The song was featured in a television commercial for the 3G mobile operator 3 , and later in a commercial for Peugeot From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Heather Nova — Someone New" in Dutch.
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