Jamie Isaac premieres the dreamy video for “Find The Words” via Complex who’ve called it “an aching, ponderous number that flirts with soul, jazz, and ambient electronics.”
The pulsing balladry of the second single from debut album, Couch Baby, sees him returning to ‘Chet Baker Sings’ mode, brooding and reflective lyricism set against an ethereal arrangement of rich, understated textures.
The video was directed by one half of the Hundreds and Thousands creative duo, Josh Millns, the duo have infiltrated the worlds of design, journalism and film – representing Reebok, The Rig Out, i-D, Vice and TCTS. Along with Ridley Scott’s Black Dog Films he created a visual that perfectly delivers the tempered and vulnerable, personal view of Jamie Isaac all within the four walls of Father’s Barbers, New Cross.
In amongst a chilling performance from Jamie Isaac we see an array of engaging characters and catch a glance into the world of SE London that helped shape the 22 year old’s debut album Couch Baby.
Slowly and steadily gaining notoriety over the last couple of years through a string of low-key releases, remixes and features, with his long awaited debut album Couch Baby 21 year old artist Jamie Isaac finally paints his vision in vivid colours, the scope and scale of his quiet ambition writ beautifully large. Surrender now.
The debut album, Couch Baby, is available to buy on CD and limited edition 12″ vinyl here, or alternatively to stream here.