Carrying a vintage recorder, Charlie Gradon exemplifies modern herbanism in his latest video “Blurry Ones” where he takes us to various natural settings. Filmed before lockdown, the video features Charlie pouring his heart out while being in the comforting isolation of the trees and ocean. Lyrically, “Blurry Ones” is a soothing melody that help us remedy our existential void that seems to grow along with our insanity nowadays:
“It was quite eerie as lockdown was just about to kick in so there was no one around,” he commented in regards to the video. “I think the clip serves as nostalgia of a simpler time where we could go outside and enjoy the simple things.”
“Blurry Ones” is from his upcoming sophomore EP, which will be out later this y ear.
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