As Deca prepares to release his new LP, he shares with us the video for his single “Clay Pigeons.” The track sees Deca peering into the effects of capitalism and this never-ending cycle we call life.

Backed by a smooth, somewhat relaxing backdrop, Deca delivers solid verses that blend vivid imagery and thoughtful elements in an effortless manner. With lines like  “Keep me tethered to the ground bring me back to Earth/when I blast up I take my place in the galactic church” that reflect escapism to “I eat my daily tripe with bare hands, it’s undignified” that shows the base nature we can all descend to, Deca gives the listener a wide range of emotions.

The visuals are very engaging and make use of collage heavy stop motion animation laced with extra animated effects courtesy of Danski Tang. There’s already such a vivid feel to his verses that he could have easily gotten away with something more bare-bones. But then that wouldn’t be Deca, who’s absolutely an artist in every sense of the word.

Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support the track. Deca’s new album, Snakes and Birds, is due out next Friday, Oct. 23 through his own Beulah Records label. The 12 track LP is available now for pre-order via Bandcamp with vinyl copies set to ship out by Jan. 01.


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