A Derbyshire singer has come back to her roots to film the video of her new single in and around the Peak District.
Heidi Anne Burford, who has worked alongside the likes of Lil Wayne, T-Pain and Rick Ross, reached fame with her 2012 singe “When the sun comes up”.
Some of the areas she has focused on include Kinder Scout, Ollersett Moor, the village of Hayfield as well as sensational sunsets and stunning waterfalls.
The 32-year-old, said: “I have travelled the world on cruise ships, toured Europe more times than I can remember – but honestly nothing is a patch on what I have at my front door.
“The song is a power ballad, and it unveil the breath-taking beauty of Kinder Scout, Ollersett Moor, the historical village of Hayfield, sensational sunsets and stunning waterfalls.
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“The reason I chose The Peak District is because it is pure beauty. We filmed some of the scenes a stone’s throw away from where I have spent most of my life.
“Myself and Joey, (my videographer) literally walked up the hill before we hit some of the most incredible landscapes in the world.”
The 32-year-old began her life in music aged 12/13 in theatre groups in Derbyshire and progressed from there. She fulfilled 10 years intense training and began releasing her own music aged 23.
She had a break from the music industry to work on cruise ships and abroad, working with live bands and travelling the world however, but in recent years she has returned to music.
Views in her latest video consist of Kinder Scout, Hayfield, and she also ventures along Ollersett Moor to explore wildlife and discovered waterfalls.
She said: “The absolute jaw-dropping beauty of The Peak District definitely went hand in hand with the message of my song – which tells the story of a true soulmate.
“I think our planet is so beautiful, and people around the world won’t have ever seen sights like the ones I have, therefore, I wanted to show my appreciation for them, all for a budget of £0.
“I really got lucky on the day we chose to film. It was essentially the last day of summer 2020 and wow, what a send off.
“I chose to write a song that many can relate to, and many like a good cry every now and again as long as they are happy tears, which is why the lyric are so heartfelt and meaningful.”