Clarence Clarity shared a VHS-drama video: "Vapid Feels Are Avid"

British singer-songwriter Clarence Clarity recently released a self-directed video for a new single named “Vapid Feels Are Avid“. The VHS aesthetics of the video will remind you of Neon Indian‘s last project “Vega Intl. Night School“.

Clarence Clarity is experimenting with electronic and pop music and that is probably why The Guardian described his music as “funk played by a swarm of bees”. Following the release of his recent “Same EP“, a 5-track collection whose tracks are (almost) all the same, the artist dropped a video for a new single. “Vapid Feels Are Vapid” is out now on Deluxe Pain via Dummy Records.

As the artist explained, “Vapid Feels Are Avid” is:

a love song about boundless internet fantasy versus the trappings of real world relationship boredom.

“Vapid Feels Are Avid” is featured on our daily-refreshed Spotify Playlist: DAILY DOSE FOR MUSIC JUNKIES.

This summer, Clarence Clarity collabored with Pizza Boy for the excellent track “Splitting Hairs”. He is now apparently working with London-based sultry music maker Rina Sawayama, as she mentioned it on her social media. You can connect with Clarence Clarity on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube.

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