Mitski has shared the dramatic new video for her song ‘Star’ – watch it below.

The dreamy video for ‘Star’, taken off recent album ‘The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We‘, was directed by Maegan Houang.

Filmed in the summer of 2023, it is the latest video Mitski and Houang have worked together on, having previously collaborated to produce the videos for ‘Happy’, ‘The Only Heartbreaker’ and ‘Stay Soft’.

“Unlike the more narrative/concept driven videos Mitski and I have done together in the past, I wanted this video to encapsulate the impressionistic circularity we all experience,” Houang said in a press statement.


She continued: “Our lives oscillate between light and dark repeating itself in an endless cycle where nothing is permanent. The best moments are fleeting, but so are the bad.”

Watch the video for ‘Star’ below:


Mitski is soon to tour the UK at the end of this month, where she will begin her tour in Edinburgh on April 27 and finish in Zurich on May 30. Get your tickets here and check out all dates below:

Mitski’s UK/Ireland and Europe 2024 tour dates:

27 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
28 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh

01 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
02 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
04 – 3Arena, Dublin
06 – The Civic At The Halls, Wolverhampton
08 – Eventim Apollo, London
09 – Eventim Apollo, London
10 – Eventim Apollo, London
11 – Eventim Apollo, London
14 – Cirque Royal, Brussels
17 – Le Grand Rex, Paris
20 – Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam
21 – Royal Theatre Carré, Amsterdam
24 – Tempodrom, Berlin
25 – Tempodrom, Berlin
28 – Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt
30 – Theater 11, Zurich

Mitski also has been announced as the final headliner for All Points East 2024. She will be joined by acts such as BeabadoobeeTV GirlEthel CainArlo Parks, Sir Chloe, Wasia Project, Infinity Song, WispTowa BirdStrawberry Guy and bby. Tickets have gone on sale – buy yours here.


The Japanese-American musician released her seventh and latest album, ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’, in September last year.

In a four-star review of the collection, NME wrote: “The choices and the arrangements on ‘The Land is Inhospitable…’ are some of Mitski’s most complex and richest, yet they translate to such simplicity, a statement that there is pain and love and that’s it. Those are the ingredients with which we make everything.”

The artist’s last performance in London took place at the Union Chapel last October, with that gig earning a glowing five-star review from NME.