Joesef takes us into an ethereal visual feast in his new video “The Sun Is Up Forever,” a retro delight that features various clips of sunrises and sunsets. The footages were crowdsourced via Daisie, a collaborative platform where Joesef asked people around the globe to submit their own clips. “I think this video will show how we are all going through the same thing right now and how looking for and appreciating the beauty in everyday moments can help us get through it,” shared Joesef. Stream below:
Speaking of the influence behind the track, he added: “I wrote this song after talking to my mum about how relationships affect you in every corner of your life, right down to the way you carry yourself. My dad was a bit of a bastard to her and us, and she said it’s something that never really leaves her, but after 20 years she’s learned to let go of the grief a little. It’s from her perspective, and mine. It’s about leaving a dark part of your life behind you. This tune is for her.”
Stay tuned for more news from Joesef this year.
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