Bedroom R&B artist Pecas explores obsessive love on “T-Shirt”

Pecas‘ new song “T-Shirt” is out now via Broken Circles.

Pecas is the moniker of Brooklyn-via-Madrid artist Sandy Davis. Earlier this week, she dropped a lo-fi and sensual R&B song, “T-Shirt”, which explores obsessive love. Indeed, the dreamy and retro track was written after she stole an ex’s t-shirt and turned it into a fetish trophy. In the accompanying Joshua Thomas-directed visuals, Pecas acts as a tender psychopath laying in a silky bed and playing with fruit pulp in a suggestive manner reminescent of Stephanie Sarley‘s art.

About “T-Shirt”, the artist detailed on Gorilla Vs Bear where it was premiered:

I stole my ex’s t-shirt after we broke up and slept in it for really long time. At a certain point I realized that it was slightly creepy and also comical. The song was an admission to myself of just that. The video didn’t come to fruition until a year or so after I had written the song, at that point I was far enough removed from any sentimental attachments to it and was able to explore more of the comedic aspects. I drew a lot of inspiration from Connan Mockasin’s “I’m the Man That Will Find You” and started to play around with the idea of being the female counterpart to that. I wanted to own being a creepy/sensual R&B crooner and hoped with the video to blur the lines of gender, identity, and sensuality. The song was later revised to include low pitch-shifted vocals to reinforce this idea in the video. And in the very end of the editing process we added a warp on my face for a few shots, primarily because I really got a kick out of it – the idea of breaking and recreating my perception of myself and how others perceive me.

Pecas will also be touring this March in the US. Check her itinerary below:

3/2 Los Angeles, CA – The Factory

3/3 Phoenix, AZ – The Lunchbox

3/4 Tuscon, AZ – Hotel Congress

3/5 El Paso, TX – The Love Buzz

3/7 Marfa, TX – Lost Horse Saloon

3/9 San Juan, TX – Cryptohaus

3/10 San Antonio, TX – Low Country

3/11-3/17 Austin, TX – SXSW

3/18 New Orleans – House Widdershins

3/19 Mobile, AL – Blind Mule

3/20 Savannah, GA – El Rock Lounge

3/21 Atlanta, GA – 529

3/22 Athens, GA – Georgia Theater

3/23 Charlotte, NC – Snugs Harbor

3/24 Baltimore, MD – The Aquarium

3/25 Asbury Park, NJ – The Saint

3/26 Jersey City, NY – FM

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