Tune will appear on singer/producer’s Oct. 15th debut album, ‘Optimist.’
Finneas is stone on your own in the COVID-haunted video clip for, “A Concert Six Months From Now,” the initially single from the producer/songwriter’s upcoming debut album. The 24 calendar year-outdated singer declared the title and release day of his initial entire length on Thursday early morning (August 5), revealing that Optimist will drop on Oct. 15.
“Hope you take pleasure in, I are unable to wait for you to hear the full report,” he claimed in a tweet just before debuting the Sam Bennett-directed movie, in which he emerges on to the storied phase to the shouts of an invisible group. Squinting through the spotlights, he meanders close to as the song’s gentle acoustic strumming ushers in his tale of a like that spans the years, lingering, but hardly ever rather fading absent.
“2011 You stole my coronary heart here/ And I couldn’t listen/ To that band for a long time/ Till that evening past summer/ When you reappeared/ Forgot how undesirable I wished this,” he sings while stumbling by the blinking stage lights in a hushed tone right after an opening verse that hints at the present nervousness about gradually re-emerging from our pandemic bubble.