“Asexual Wellbeing” is taken from Okay Kaya‘s sophomore album, Watch This Liquid Pour Itself, out January 24 on Jagjaguwar.
Norwegian-born, New York-based artist Okay Kaya will release the follow up to her 2018’s debut Both in a bit more than a month. So far, we’ve already heard two singles, “Ascend And Try Again” and “Baby Little Tween,” which both came with a video. She has now unveiled a third video for a new track off the project: “Asexual Wellbeing”. The song, which opens with the lines “Sometimes I rub my ghost dick until i can almost see it”, explores sexuality and desire. The lo-fi visuals were co-directed with Adinah Dancyger.
About the video, she commented:
“sland mud house
horses and stringy apple tree
blood of beet meals
baby in a moth suit clipping the
clothing-rack soon dry
look out for a field
be fire and dv’s and shitty driving good music
imitate algae in the coolest jacket to exist
loving your loved ones like it’s never going to end don’t let the hand deject you
except the shadow it gives
paint face true Scandinavian inappropriate
hang out by historical landmarks and feeling