When London O’Connor’s “Nobody Hangs Out Anymore” dropped last year, it was hailed as a soothing-yet-sad song about the smartphone generation’s sense of ennui. It also defied genre classifications: London raps, but the song’s sound is grounded in indie and twee pop sensibilities. O’Connor’s surreal, self-directed visuals for the song emphasize how we’re all spending our time with our faces buried in screens. London and his friends sit around, looking listless and bored, buried in dunes of golden sand.
The remastered edition of O’Connor’s debut album, O∆, is now available on all digital platforms.