Callum Easter – Find A Way (Video Premiere)

Watch the new video for Find A Way, taken from Callum Easter's mini-album Delete Forever

Video by The Skinny | 03 Oct 2017

Callum Easter has been making waves with his intelligent, atmospheric and bluesy pop, and is currently putting the finishing touches to the third of a trilogy of records that delve into a very personal darkness of troughs and peaks of emotional extremes in a domestic environment. In the meantime, Easter recently produced a sound installation for the Colony of Artists exhibition in Edinburgh, and impressed at our Sofar Sounds gig at Summerhall back in July. Easter has also been working on a video for Find A Way, which The Skinny is pleased to premiere. Watch the clip in the player above.

Find A Way is taken from Easter's hugely impressive second mini-album Delete Forever. The six-track record, released earlier this year, was created at Tim London's Soulpunk studio in Leith, home to Young FathersLaw Holt and Iklan. Easter explains the story behind the video for Find A Way:

"I stole from a lot of people making this video
Screenshot gaze with lined up eyes
Where was I? Who's counting.
I'm still here then I'm gone...
We got to find a way to make it together
We got to find a way…"

Delete Forever is out now via Soulpunk; Callum Easter plays Belhaven Parish Church Hall, Dunbar on 1 Dec, with support from Davy Henderson of Sexual Objects and Dr Salad.