Today, Deaf Havana revealed the music video for their latest single, Sing, taken from their as yet untitled forthcoming album.
The video, shot in Monterrey, Mexico and directed by A.J. Gómez, sees a young woman tagging the track title in a host of different languages around the deserted city.
The track itself has all the features of a Deaf Havana classic; the emotional connection, the perfect melodies, smart lyrics. However, it also features a thunderous riff, the type that hasn’t been heard coming from Deaf Havana for quite some years. Vocalist James Veck-Gilodi says it started as a bit of fun in rehearsals, and while he thought it would be too heavy to ever work in a Deaf Havana track, he realised they needed to broaden their horizons. This results in one of the boldest statement Deaf Havana have made in a long time.
Sing is available now on iTunes, Spotify Apple Music and more.