Estonian pop princess Kerli has released the first music video from her debut album that generates her dark, creepy but inspirational image.
Def Jam artist Kerli has premiered her debut music video for the single "Love Is Dead". Kerli's love for fairytales, darkness and creepy images are blended in this video which is directed by Josh Mond.
"Love Is Dead" is the first single and the title track of the Estonian singer's debut album. In the song she sings "All I want/Is right here/But love don't live here anymore/And love don't live here anymore" which reportedly is a picture of her idea. Commenting on the song Kerli previously told AceShowbiz that she did not believe in love when she wrote that song. "But I do believe in love," she added. "Not even like romantic kind of love so much but I do believe in universal love. Collective love."
The singer who was signed by producer Antonio "L.A." Reid on the spot, has worked with notable producer/mixer/songwriter David Maurice, whose credits include Garbage and JC Chasez, in the album which will be released later this year. Beside "Love Is Dead", Kerli has been popular through her other song "Walking on Air" that receives high hits on her MySpace.