Standout folk-pop musician Clarence Bucaro just released his new album, Passionate Kind, and hand-picked Doherty to star in the video for its title track—which we're premiering exclusively. The song is "about passionate women," Bucaro says: "I watch a lot of opera and read a lot of classic literature and am always taken with the powerful women in them." After seeing Doherty's work, he was mesmerized by her "grace and vitality." Obviously, he has excellent taste. And we can't think of anyone better than Juliet, with her utter devotion to her art, to represent the impassioned woman of the lyrics.
The elegant black-and-white vid, directed by Shalin Sharman, features Doherty working on her craft in an empty studio. It's raw and simple and perfect. And hey, Juliet fans: You won't want to miss our July/August issue!