Jaguar Jonze Shares ‘Little Fires’ Music Video

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Taiwanese-Australian singer, producer, songwriter, and multimedia artist JAGUAR JONZE (real name Deena Lynch) premieres the video for her Eurovision 2022 song Little Fires out now via Nettwerk Records. The video, which Jaguar Jonze directed, edited and produced was previewed on The Project last week and captures a newfound vulnerability that embodies resilience, sacrifice and remaining strong for those around you.

Little Fires sees Jaguar Jonze tied in Shibari, an ancient form of artistic Japanese rope art crafted by prolific Brisbane-based Shibari artist Nawa Musubi. The video explores the ability to be delicate and vulnerable yet strong at the same time. Jaguar Jonze shares, “I am constantly defining what vulnerability means to me. Growing up, vulnerability was seen as a weakness, but now to me, I see vulnerability as strength. And I’m seeing this reflect in my lyrics and songwriting. ‘Little Fires’ is a moment for me to share a vulnerable side of me that I haven’t before.”

“‘Little Fires’ is a reminder about where we’ve come from, what we are fighting for, and what we can achieve when we work together. And, it’s a reminder that we are not alone. I wanted my Eurovision song to be for those moments where it was hard to stay strong, for those times I felt overwhelmed by what I had taken on.”

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