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Bishop Briggs Drops Music Video for “White Flag” – Watch Now!

The one-take video shows a clear message that you can always find strength even if you feel imprisoned by your own circumstances, insecurities, or doubts.

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Bishop Briggs dropped the music video for her new single “White Flag!”

The powerful one-take video was shot on location in Los Angeles and directed by James Larese, who has also worked with artists such as Eminem, A Tribe Called Quest, and Alicia Keys.

“White Flag is a song about resilience despite obstacles that may come your way so it was really important that this power was represented in the music video. As the video progresses, the message becomes clear that you can always find strength even if you feel imprisoned by your circumstances, insecurities or doubts,” Bishop said in a press statement.

She added, “James Larese directed the video and I was thankful to partner with someone who wasn’t afraid to try a one take! We shot it in a huge warehouse and I ran from station to station. I am proud of this video and incredibly thankful for the entire Trigger & Bloom team. I hope you leave the video feeling empowered to confront anything standing in your way.”

“White Flag” is off Bishop’s upcoming album Church of Scars, which will be released on April 20th.


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Written by Jozie Schroder

Jozie is the executive editor and head of photography for Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. She is a student at the University of Miami majoring in finance and minoring in public relations. When she is not with her sister Juliet coordinating business plans or attending red carpets, she can be seen as a dancer on the University of Miami Hurricanettes team, where she also runs the organization's social media accounts.

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