When the new Tate Modern building was opened in June of this year, 20-year-old singer/songwriter Mabel created a video project to commemorate the occasion. Directed by Holly Blakey, who has also worked with fellow Brits Jessie Ware and Florence & The Machine, it's inspired by Gustav Metzger's Liquid Crystal Environment from 1965, on show at the new Tate Modern. Let the video take you bake to 1960s London, psychedelic colours and all.
The lady herself has said: “As a kid I adored music videos with choreography. Destiny’s Child routines were often rehearsed with my sister and then we forced our family to watch multiple performances. I wanted to try to do an up-to-date version of that, using Metzger’sLiquid Crystal Environment and the incredible Tate Modern building as our setting.”
Oh, and if Mabel looks at all familiar, that's because she's Neneh Cherry's youngest daughter.