This Tuesday, 22-year-old Daniel Caesar‘s debut album Freudian has earned two Grammy nominations – in ‘Best R&B Performance’ and ‘Best R&B Album’ categories. Just several hours after the announcement, the singer-songwriter released the visual for the last track of his album, also called “Freudian”.
Directed by Keavan Yazdani and Sean Brown, the video opens with the split screen, showing the same place but two contrasting emotions of the artist. In the middle of the visuals, the screen turns black and female vocals starts the second part of the song.
Kevin Yazdani has mentioned, that the second half, featuring a group of women running next to Daniel, was inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s movie “Full Metal Jacket“. However, he agrees that the idea of the visual is pretty vague and open for interpretations.
The Toronto-based singer has been rising fast since the release of “Death and Taxes“, “Japanese Denim” and especially “Get You“, featuring Kali Uchis. His soulful and ultra-romantic tracks have the power to provoke a sensual dance with your loved one. And “Freudian” is not an exception, check it out now: