Listening Post

A coffin’s carried through the club in Obongjayar’s new video… then someone drops some acid

If Fabric did a funeral service...

The majority of the video for Obongjayar’s new track ‘Endless’ might be set in the club, but the place the song actually exploring is far less tangible. It’s all about the space between life and death. Or, as Obongjayar himself puts it, the track “explores the celebration of life in death. How we never really due but live through our work and our effects on the people around us and our environment.”

The gripping video, which feels like one continuous stream of consciousness, is directed by Matilda Finn.

Following the release of the Nigerian-born London-based musician’s debut EP ‘Home’ last year, ‘Endless’ serves are the first taste from a new EP Obongjayar will release soon.

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