Darwin Deez Announces 'Songs for Imaginative People,' Premieres New Music Video

Darwin Deez Announces 'Songs for Imaginative People,' Premieres New Music Video
New York musician Darwin Deez last left us with his goofball 2011 hip-hop excursion Wonky Beats, but the dude gets back to indie-pop soundscaping next year via the release of his upcoming full-length LP, Songs for Imaginative People.

The 10-song proper follow-up to Deez's eponymous 2010 debut was self-recorded and produced in Asheville, NC, and will arrive February 12 in North America and a day earlier in the UK via Lucky Number Music.

Today (November 26), the artist revealed a video for the album's first single "Free (The Editorial Me)." You can peep the jittery pop tune's clip, which has the singer/guitarist trying to escape the cyclical loop of cereal stocking shift at a Bodega, down below.

"If the songs on my debut had a bite-sized element to them, the new songs are definitely full-size and king-size," Deez said in a statement of Songs for Imaginative People. "So don't just listen to them once and judge them; chew your food. It tastes better that way after all."

Songs for Imaginative People:

1. (800) HUMAN

2. You Can't Be My Girl

3. Moonlit

4. No Love

5. Good to Lose

6. Alice

7. Redshift

8. Free (The Editorial Me)

9. All In the Wrist

10. Chelsea's Hotel