Australian singer/songwriter Orianthi has released a new music video for the song “Courage,” from her recent release Believe (II). “Courage is one of my favorite songs to sing live… It’s very spiritual and it takes you to a colorful place,” she says of the track, which showcases the rocker’s softer side and features friend Lacey of the band Flyleaf.  “I had a great time making the video with Lacey. I love the setting and the colors that were used in this clip – very earthy and exactly the way I envisioned the video for this tune to be.”

Believe (II) also features Orianthi’s hits “According to You” and “Shut Up and Kiss Me,” and is available in store and on iTunes.  Visit Orianthi.com and follow her on Twitter for the latest updates.

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“Courage” Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMw7YP4aPR0


“Believe (II)” Buy Link

Twitter Link: http://www.twitter.com/orianthi

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