With her sophomore LP The Departure due out next month via her own label Suffering Fools Records, Scottish singer-songwriter Siobhan Wilson has unveiled the visuals for another track from the forthcoming release: 'April' is a song Wilson has written for her "teenage self" and follows previously unveiled 'Marry Me'. "It’s my way of trying to send a direct message out to do whatever the hell you want with you body, your time, and make your own decisions about your life," she says of the track. "'April' looks to give a delicate and friendly voice to millions of people who think – no, a woman is in control of her own body."

The one-shot video was filmed at Assumption Studios, Glasgow, and produced by Ellen de Faux. It shows three women who seem to simultaneously communicate with one another and confront the viewer through some sort of interpretative dance, providing a poetic illustration of the song's mood and lyrics.

Check out Siobhan Wilson's forthcoming UK dates below:

12th May - Vox Box Music, Edinburgh
17th May - King's Arms, Salford
19th May - The Lexington, London
20th May - Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham