Following her debut Vacant Space EP from 2014, singer-songwriter/producer George Maple is back with a brand new video and track. Shot in an equestrian center in Sydney, 'Lover' was directed by Darren McDonald and stars male model Jordan Barrett. Its arrival was the perfect excuse for us to have a little chat with George Maple about risks, inspirations, and things to come.

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Tell us about your new video.

I'm really happy with how the 'Lover' video turned out. Essentially I wanted to capture the song in a motion picture I wanted to capture that feeling of really messy beautiful love. I wrote the song after an experience in my personal life where I couldn't choose between two people I cared very dearly about.

Jordan and I are friends, so acting was really fun. I was so impressed with his abilities, that clip was hard work. Jordan had to fight train and I had to dance, it was very physically exhausting and hilarious at times, Jordan accidentally punched the other actor in one of the scenes and that shot made the final cut.

Where do you find inspiration?

It's limitless. I travel a lot, so I take a lot of inspiration from the energy of an environment. I love people and having conversations with people. I find it inspiring to be challenged, to find a new perspective. It's all about expanding the mind.

What risk would you take if you knew you could not fail?

I'm really scared of heights, so maybe flying....

When was the last time you tried something new?

I went to a dancehall party the other week in LA, that was so wicked. I didn't grow up listening to dancehall so it was a whole new experience.

What are you currently working on?

An album...

What's the most challenging thing you've ever created?

An album...

Which of your talents do you think people overlook?

I have no idea... I'm working on some new talents. I'll let you know when I find them...

If you only had one year to live, how would you spend that time?

Stay away from computers and spend time with as many people in real life as possible around the world.

What's the worst thing you've ever seen on Netflix?

I've definitely flicked channels more than a few times!