Published Sep 24, 2015Back in the spring, Vancouver street busker turned neo-soul singer David Morin shared a clip for "Life Goes On" off his upcoming debut record Every Colour. Now, he's ready to debut the visuals for his latest single "Come Home," and Exclaim! has got your first look at them.
The track also comes from the aforementioned upcoming Every Colour, which delivers a fusion of soul, jazz and hip-hop sounds to create music that is "pure, authentic and from the heart."
Morin keeps those influences at the forefront on "Come Home," and the accompanying video plays with the song's unconventional rhythms. Office workers stamp paperwork, lumberjacks chop, carpenters saw and grocery store clerks stack bananas — all in perfect time to the beat. The ladies of all professions then back Morin for a choreographed dance break.
Directed by Mike Southworth and shot at Dogwood Brewery, the video features set pieces that were constructed out of garbage found in alleyways — which were recycled afterward the shoot. It's a fun, funky clip to match the vibe of the song and you can see it first right now, in the player below.
Every Colour is out now via Bombay Records.