|A drawing of a crying little girl, by Tighe Moore, age 7. — Photo: www.mindful.org|
HÀ NỘI — Phạm Phương Tú, a Vietnamese singer-songwriter studying fine arts at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in the UK, will release her first music video on World Health Day, April 7.
Her song, “No More Denial”, is being released in support of the World Health Day theme “Depression: Let’s Talk..." It is a call to fight domestic violence and child abuse.
The video with English - Vietnamese lyrics can be found on YouTube.
While Tú, or Twinkly Tus, was creating this piece, she conducted a wide range of research, from mindfulness meditation to psychotherapy.
The song features the message: look inside yourself, search your memories, and give your inner child the permission to cry, to feel and to show a spectrum of colours.
Twinkly fused the practice of singing, song-writing, visual imagery and video production with her research on psychotherapy.
Her works have been exhibited at the Freud Museum, home of Sigmund Freud — the founder of Psychoanalysis. She has also performed vocal improvisation at the Welcome Collection. — VNS