Mississippi-born, LA-based artist Dent May takes us back to the 60s in his latest visualizer “Easier Said Than Done.” Powered by buoyant keys and hopeless romanticism, the single explores the pains of finding the right person for you while struggling with patience. Enjoy:
In his own words, “‘Easier Said Than Done’ is about searching for love with no luck and finally finding it after a lifetime of waiting,” he says. “This one was a lot of fun to record, with Andres Renteria (Jose Gonzalez, Weyes Blood) on the bongos and congas and Joachim Polack (Pearl & The Oysters) on the Fender Rhodes. I was listening to a lot of Brazilian funk when I wrote it.”
The track is from his upcoming record Late Checkout, which will be out on August 21st via Carpark Records.
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