Angelo De Augustine has released ‘Toil and Trouble’, the title track from his
upcoming album, which is out June 30 via Asthmatic Kitty Records. Following earlier cuts ‘The Ballad of Betty and Barney Hill’ and ‘Another Universe’, the song comes paired with a self-directed claymation video created by Clara Murray. Check it out below.
Speaking about ‘Toil and Trouble’, De Augustine said in a statement: “As we all know, we are living in a world within another. A place of specific curation and design where the mind is the chief architect in command. I often wonder who the mind is working for? Who is behind the curtain pulling the strings and transmitting the messages?”
Clara Murray added of the video: “‘Toil and Trouble’ takes place in a dusty room alight with magic, tucked away but teeming with magic. Flying pop-up books and a singing cauldron give birth to mystical creatures, tapped into a sorcery seemingly both wicked and holy.”