Joji, Clams Casino & Thundercat Explore Heartbreak for "CAN'T GET OVER YOU"

A new ‘BALLADS 1’ single has arrived.

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Last month, Joji decided to go the power-ballad route for “SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK.” Now, teaming up with influential and talented producer Clams Casino, the popular singer-songwriter serves up another new single and visual, “CAN’T GET OVER YOU.”

Billed as a “lighthearted” exploration of heartbreak and all that comes with it, “CAN’T GET OVER YOU” finds Joji in the midst of an emotional but playful creative mood. The video was directed by SAINT and George Miller, while Miles Trahan stepped in to fill the role of editor. Additionally, the record also features contributions from Thundercat and Roget, forming the BALLADS 1 campaign’s latest single.

Courtesy of its official music video, you can check out Joji and Clams Casino’s “CAN’T GET OVER YOU” track above. Joji’s debut studio album, BALLADS 1, is scheduled to hit streaming services and retailers on October 26 via 88rising.

Back in August, Joji and Ryan Hemsworth came together for “Think About U.”

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