Following the immersive release of Jozem’s ‘it came to me in a dream’ earlier this year, the Toronto-based artist showcases a fresh part of his artistic soul for the first time with an exceptionally magnetic visual for ‘Foreign’.
‘Foreign’ has bewitched listeners since it first came out in May. Tackling themes of self-discovery and self-acceptance, it naturally hits home for many. Now with a visual to help add depth and even a whole new perspective to the original concept, ‘Foreign’ has been rightfully refocused as a track that unravels and continuously reveals more with each and every watch.
Don’t miss this incredibly beautiful yet haunting visual below:
“When we are young and impressionable, we learn to conform and mould ourselves into a form that is acceptable to others. When alone and often sleepless at night, we sometimes get to a crossroads where we are left unable to hide and are forced to face ourselves – our true selves – and face our demons, really confronting the elements of our being that we have been taught to hide but that are ultimately part of who we are.
Helmed by Director Yù (Jessamine Fok), the video for ‘foreign’ highlights these themes of duality of self, a conflict between how you present yourself to the world and who you truly are, a recognition that the persona you have been putting up for the world to see may not be who you really are or who you want to be…”
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