slowthai Links Up with James Blake and Mount Kimbie for New Song ‘feel away’

slowthai has teamed up James Blake and Mount Kimbie for a new song titled ‘feel away’. It arrives with an accompanying video directed by Oscar Hudson (who previously helmed Radiohead’s ‘Lift’ video) featuring the U.K. rapper giving birth in a maternity ward. Check it out below.

The track was written in Los Angeles alongside James Blake, and produced by Mount Kimbie’s Dom Maker. “This song is about the doubts we have whether it be within friendships, your partner or with our family,” slowthai said in a statement. “It’s about putting yourself in the other person’s shoes so you have a better understanding of the situation.”

Earlier this year, slowthai released the songs ‘MAGIC’, ‘ENEMY’, and ‘BB (BODYBAG)’ and collaborated with Disclosure on ‘My High’. His debut album, Nothing Great About Britain, arrived last year.

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