Brooklyn-based singer, producer, and composer Husks and Asian-American alt-pop artist, WeiWei have released the lyric video for their current single, “Cut the Cord.” The lyric video, which premiered on PopDust, features brooding evocative kaleidoscopic imagery which pairs well with the song’s dark overtones.

“Thick with complex colors and infectious rhythm, “Cut the Cord” features WeiWei’s enticing tones imbuing the lyrics with tension,” said PopDust.

“Conceptually, we tried to have the visuals conflate these really organic elements with this Tron-like metamorphosis through the TV circuits,” mentioned the duo. “Through the looking glass into your own heart, so to speak.”

“Husks and I really combined our sounds for this track,” said WeiWei. “He airs on the darker and more ethereal side and I have a more rounded pop sound. Mixed together, we like to call it moody pop. For this particular song, we took on opposite roles with Husks producing a dancier beat than is typical for him, and I created something a lot darker than I’m used to.”

Fans can listen to “Cut the Cord” on Soundcloud, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon.

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