Seth Nyquist, professionally known as MorMor, is one of the most promising young talents in the Indie-Pop and R&B scenes — powerfully-forward vocals paired with immensely focused and riveting lyricism have become mainstays of the artist’s career. The Toronto-based Renaissance artist flew onto the scene last year with his critically-acclaimed EP Heaven’s Only Wishful, with the title track’s music visual rightfully-gaining a cult following for its richly-laid cinematography paired with the artist’s awe-inspiring songwriting and production. Now MorMor has returned once again with a brand new single and visual for his latest track “Outside.”
The video sees the artist becoming an isolated and dispirited clown, staying true to the artist’s unique visual cues that he’s employed in the past which offers up well-cut shots filmed in an analog style. The track, which relishes in atmospheric synth fills and gloomy guitar riffs, helps in conveying the feeling of hopelessness behind the track. “‘Outside’ was written at a time when I was quite isolated,” Nyquist shares in a press release for the cut, “I’ve always felt rather alienated, so I wanted to ensnare that feeling and make it my own.”
You can check out the visual for MorMor’s “Outside” above. He is currently embarking on his world tour, you can check the dates here.
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