Talltale Hates The "Tennis Club"

Canadian singer-songwriter and pop recording artist Talltale releases a humorous music video surrounding a not-so-funny topic entitled "Tennis Club."

Having generated over 330k streams as an independent artist, Talltale is known as one of Canada's most promising songwriters. Her clever lyricism, rhythmic melodies, and distinct vocals have won her Best Electronic Song of 2018 in the Canadian Songwriting Competition, Artist to Watch at the EMAs, and a nomination as Electronic/DanceArtist of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards.

Now releasing her shimmering and glimmering single, "Tennis Club," Talltale shares an emotional and heartbreaking message while attempting to distract herself in many different ways. "There are a lot of sad and serious songs written about this topic, so I thought it would be fun to do a more humorous take on it and write about joining a tennis club to get over the break-up," said Talltale.

Taking a peek at the music video for "Tennis Club," the venture begins with amusing scenes of athletes getting ready for an intense tennis match while letting their hair blow in the wind and pouring water on their faces in a sexual yet humorous way. As Talltale makes her hesitant appearance, she says, "the only games I play are not on the court."

She then proceeds to get pelted with tennis balls in hilarious slow-motion shots, only for her to return at night alone to practice and get better. With lyrics like "I hate this tennis club, but I'm here every night working so hard," Talltale makes it clear that she's willing to do just about anything to get herself out of heartbreak and onto the right track...or court.

Catch Talltale's conceptual and comedic music video, "Tennis Club," on YouTube.