'The Voice' Alum Xenia Premieres 'Window Pain' Video

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Singer Xenia, who first made her mark on the first season of The Voice, shows off her soulful pop vocals in her latest single, "Window Pain."

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The ethereal video for the song, which premieres on Billboard below, was shot at Salton Sea in California and directed by Daniel Carberry.

Xenia says the artful, yet haunting, video is meant to reflect the meaning of the song.

"The song is about being left behind, so I wanted this video to reflect the emotions one goes through when they feel forgotten," Xenia told Billboard.

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Xenia, who was coached by Blake Shelton on the show, had two songs chart on the Billboard Hot 100 during her time on The Voice (“The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” and “Price Tag”).