Jean Dawson Shares Infectious New Single and Video "CLEAR BONES"

Another taste of his forthcoming debut album, ‘PIXEL BATH.’
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Following his angsty visual for “POWER FREAKS” and his recent police brutality-condemning track “Policía,” fast-rising LA artist Jean Dawson has presented a new single and video dubbed “CLEAR BONES.”

Tapping frequent collaborator Zachary Bailey to direct, the visual for the new track features a euphoric assortment of sun-drenched shots.  Throughout the video, Dawson can be seen performing the track in a wide-open field, a forest, and a garage with his band. He delivers his unruly vocals with a tender touch, amplifying lyrics about youthful turmoil.

Dawson is currently prepping his debut album PIXEL BATH, which is slated to arrive this summer. He offered a glimpse at his goals with the upcoming project in a recent interview with HYPEBEAST:

I’m looking forward to providing a score for the life-and-times of kids like myself. I want to say more but in all honesty, everything that is meant to happen will, and my wishful thinking is the only thing I can exercise in times of uncertainty. We are showered with images, saturated in what we find ideal, and I think what I can offer is simply a familiar feeling — like a friend saying, “You are doing your best. Everything is going to be okay.”

Watch the visual for “CLEAR BONES” above.

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