Today, New York-based trio, Tchotchke releases the ‘50s-inspired music video for their single “Wish You Were a Girl,” following the release of their self-titled debut album. The video, which stars band members Anastasia, Eva, and Emily as distraught runaway-brides and housewives, is a statement on rejecting traditional feminine ideologies. "The entire video plays with this fictitious smokey dollhouse world where the band runs away from all feminine responsibilities and forced ideologies,” director Ambar Navarro shares.
Throughout “Wish You Were a Girl,” we see the trio trapped within the confines of heteronormativity, and as it progresses, we see them grow increasingly frustrated, leading to their eventual escape from these age-old ideologies.
Tchotchke Tour Dates:
10/25 Songbyrd, Washington, DC w/ The Paranoyds
10/28 Market Hotel, Brooklyn, NY w/ The Paranoyds
10/29 Cafe 939, Boston, MA w/ The Paranoyds
11/5 Big Top DIY Fest, Los Angeles, CA
11/8 Soda Bar, San Diego, CA w/ Adam Green
11/9 Zebulon, Los Angeles, CA w/ Adam Green
11/10 The Chapel, San Francisco, CA w/ Adam Green
11/11 Star Theater, Portland, OR w/ Adam Green
11/12 Barboza, Seattle, WA w/ Adam Green