This dance pop anthem was a number one for the reality TV series-generated act TrueBliss — and the biggest selling single by a NZ artist in 1999. It was written (like most of their album) by Anthony Ioasa, an APRA Silver Scroll winning co-writer for Strawpeople's 'Sweet Disorder'. The video features a girls' night-in slumber party complete with home movies, hairbrush microphones, pillow fights, dress-ups, American Indian head-dresses and hula dancing — but also quite a lot of moody introspection for what is essentially an unabashed love song.
Please keep your comments relevant to this title. Email addresses are never displayed, but they are required to confirm your comments.
Television, 1999 (Full Length)
The TV show that launched True Bliss
Music Video, 1988
Another chart topping all female vocal act
Television, 2011 (Excerpts)
More literary bliss?
Music Video, 1986
A rather different all female act