Jawny has shared a new single called ‘Goodbye’ – watch its official music video below.
The single follows the Philadelphia artist’s recent single ‘Strawberry Chainsaw’ and her collaborative version of ‘Take It Back’ with Beck.
In his latest offering, Jawny sings about the breakup of a romantic relationship over a surprisingly strong instrumental.
“I could sit here and give the press a very clever date when I make a story to make this song really serious and pretentious,” the singer-songwriter said in a statement.
“But the truth is, I wrote a song that I believe in. I made the best music video ever for it and now it’s out in the world and it’s yours. Go crazy with it.”
The images accompanying “Goodbye”, directed by Spencer Ford, take the viewer on a dizzying journey in which a classic car with flames speeds through the alleys of the neighborhood. Meanwhile, an unconcerned Jawny leans out the passenger window.
At the end of the clip, the musician is brought back to reality when his vehicle crashes into a water pipe.
“Everything you see in this video, except for a balloon, is 100% real,” write Jayny on social media. “There is no VFX. We closed 9 blocks from downtown…”.
Last year, Jawny released the six-song EP “The Story of Hugo.” It is the follow-up to his 2020 mixtape ‘For Abby’, which NME described as “innovative and colorful” in a four-star review.
He says: “Filled with slacker rock beats and infectious indie-pop vocals, Jawny’s slick lo-fi style will only add to the growing fan base he’s already amassed. A surefire project from a rising artist.”