Young up and coming Samoan artist Disciple Pati with the visuals for her debut single 'The Boy who cried Woman'
"I wanted to paint a picture of my experience being a Pacific person and my observations about what it means to be a Pacific person.
The beginning scene pretty much sums up the premise of the video; it depicts three men standing on cold hard concrete in a service tunnel, wearing the red ula fala, and tapa ie faikaga, bare foot.
This image symbolises the intersecting of the three worlds I spoke about earlier and the ways in which we must compromise and be aware that neither world is in the past or the future, but both are constantly battling with each other.
We as young pacific people, do the work of finding the beauty and the tragedy that occurs in the colliding of those worlds, and we find ways to navigate through that collision to find who we are." - Disciple Pati