Australia’s newest global pop export George Alice has this week unleashed the emotional video for ‘Circles’.

The 16-year-old triple j Unearthed High winner was crowned for the emotional pop track she released earlier this year, and now we’re gifted with a music video to match.

The day she won saw triple j Breakfast’s Ben & Liam visit Alice’s school during school photo day in what was a moment to remember.

Watch the singer crowned as Unearthed High winner:

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“Circles was I think the first or second song I’d ever recorded. The vocal take you hear on the song was the first vocal take, Maribelle who produced the record had never produced before,” Alice explains.

She continues, “It was written and finished in a day. (It was) one of those serendipitous moments where everything came naturally and felt so right for my first release.”

Of the video, Alice explained to Tone Deaf that none of the crew had met each other prior to filming day.

The music video, directed by Daniel Bolt, features dancers Melissa Pham and Bailey Glen. Pham and Glen are seen dancing in circles around the singer.

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Their movements represent what’s going on in Alice’s mind. Additionally, Alice’s vision of the pushing and pulling of a relationship was brought to life.

‘Circles’ is out now through Ditto Music. 

George Alice – ‘Circles’:

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