Birdy Plays Ghost, Haunts His Ex-Boyfriend in 'Words as Weapons' Video


Birdy Plays Ghost, Haunts His Ex-Boyfriend in 'Words as Weapons' Video


In the eerie clip, the British singer turns into a ghost and tries to ruin the life of his ex-boyfriend who has found a new love.

Birdy has released the official music video for her new single, "Words as Weapons". In the clip, the 17-year-old British singer is featured as a ghost. She's seen sporting pale skin and messy hair while walking around the house in a black dress.

She spends most of her time haunting and tying to ruin the life of her ex-boyfriend, who has now found a new girl. She becomes even more aggressive when her former lover finally decides to confront her.

"Words as Weapons" was co-written by Birdy and hitmaker Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic. It serves as the latest single off "Fire Within", the songstress' album that was released last year.

" 'Words as Weapons' is one of my favourite tracks on the album and I love performing it live," Birdy has said of the song. "I love the way the track is layered with harmonies which creates a wall of sound. I'm hugely proud of the song."

Birdy's "Words as Weapons" music video

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Comments

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    Beavis
    Jun 27, 2014

    "She spends most of her time haunting and tying to ruin the life of her ex-boyfriend, who has now found a new girl." Uh, I don't think that's her former boyfriend at all, nor do I think the song is about a girl trying to ruin anyone's life. It's about a boyfriend who is verbally abusive, and her finally deciding that she won't allow his words to hurt her. I don't even know how you came to your interpretation, unless somehow you identify with the "poor" abusive boyfriend, and wish she would just allow you to abuse her.

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    jimbo
    Apr 22, 2014

    You twice use the word "his" when referring to Birdy - who is female. Sort this mess out, it sounds like it was written by a 12 year old!

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