Gina Été’s latest single “Im Rhy” comes with a music video that perfectly encapsulates the bittersweet feelings that come with change. The song, which is sung in Swiss German, is highlighted by the shadow puppet artistry of Barbara Steinitz and Peter Bräunig.. The puppets seem to tell the story of Été herself – a paper girl alone in a big city finds herself standing on a bridge, wanting to jump back into her past. The use of the unique, beautiful art of puppetry manages to make this particular video stand out among the sea of over-produced pop music videos. “Im Rhy” is heartbreakingly honest, and the poignant ambiance of both the song and video create an experience that most of us can relate to.

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Karina Marquez

Karina Marquez

Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Karina is a recent graduate of University of Missouri with a BA in Communication, English, and Psychology. She is currently working as a writer/contributor at Imperfect Fifth. In her free time, she travels, watches old sitcoms, and tries her best.
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