After previous vinyl releases from Bonzai, NAO and Cadenza – Dummy Records makes an eagerly awaited return with a new single from illuminating London talent, Clarence Clarity.
Picking up the baton from his debut album ‘No Now’ on Bella Union, Vapid Feels Are Vapid dips into the singer and producer’s sensitive side for a well-rounded and experimental lullaby that’s built for late-night listening. Tuned into Deluxe Pain TV, the smartphone-clutching Clarence questions modern love, isolation, and whether he can pick up the pieces from a shattered relationship to make it solo.
We can all definitely relate.
Given its first play on Huw Stephen’s Radio 1 show last night, Vapid Feels Are Vapid follows Clarence’s mind-bending ‘SAME’ EP – which on first listen, featured five tracks that sounded exactly the same. The truth, we’ll never know.