Helen Corry releases video for ‘Strike’

Helen Corry releases video for ‘Strike’

Helen Corry has just premiered her video for new single, ‘Strike’, with Remix Magazine.

The video, directed by Corry, features Kiwi up-and-coming boxer, Sharde Mitha, as well as one of New Zealand’s top stunt women, Ashlee Fidow.

Combining a killer beat and an infectious hook with Corry’s flawless vocals, ‘Strike’ stands out from the crowd and promises to be one of summer’s ‘go to’ feel-good tunes.

Corry has been a constant presence in the Kiwi music scene over the last four years. You can’t turn on the radio without hearing her vocals on chart-topping tunes like Jetski Safari’s ‘Like A Lie’Jupiter Project’s ‘With You’Stack and Piece’s ‘Burning Out’ and her recent collaboration on ‘She Said’ with Ryan Enzed.

A darling of the festival scene, Corry has performed at some of the country’s biggest events, from SynthonyRhythm N’ Vines and Our:House to Deep Hard ‘N’ Funky andHomegrown.

‘Strike’ is her first foray into solo territory, and sets the scene for her debut EP, due for released in early 2018.

Get ‘Strike’ on iTunes HERE

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