Eyedress Explores the Seedy Side of Tokyo in New "Toxic Masculinity" Video
Off his upcoming ‘Sensitive G’ album due out later this year.
After showing Eric Andre the ropes of Manila back in March, singer/rapper/producer Eyedress is back with this latest sonic offering titled, “Toxic Masculinity.” Taking place in the mean streets of Tokyo, the video-single finds the “Separation Anxiety” artist taking viewers on a voyage through some of the indiscreet areas of Tokyo that he likes to explore to offset what he explains to us as “my experience with my own toxic behaviors like not dealing with my feelings properly.”
Listen and watch above, while “Toxic Masculinity” is available now on all digital streaming platforms. The song will be included on his forthcoming album Sensitive G coming out later this year. The video was filmed by Eyedress himself and his bandmate Baby Julius.