“Sexiness” is the only way to describe Londoner Seramic’s new single Angeline, which today gets a new video. Those who are familiar with future R&B star’s existing videos will soon notice a few recognizable faces.

Speaking about the video, Seramic explains “I wanted to be really ambitious and make something epic with this video as Angeline is one of my favorite songs. To continue some of the themes in my previous work depicting strong women, dancing and sports locations, we had the idea of shooting something in a stadium and were so excited when we found Lee Valley Athletics center. I had previously worked with two out of the three leads in the video; Anna Kay-Gayle (Keep On Breaking My Heart) and Jessie Jing (Same Mistakes). I hadn’t worked with Erin Jameson before but it was something I was really keen to do for some while and ultimately, managing to cast the three of them as the central characters were incredibly exciting.”

“It’s also the first video I have made where I utilized my sculptural practice. I made all of these trophies, medals, and banners in the first and last shot out of dumpling steamers, objects, ribbon, and Kazoos. The video was co-directed by Guy Gotto”.

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Listeners can find two Seramic EPs online (Found & I Got You) which already show an expansive body of work, rich in a varied range of influences. It’s fitting that he’s a professional sculptor also, as each of his three-dimensional artworks is somehow playful and at the same time imposing: he favors dramatic, lively colors and surreal forms. In his off-kilter pop songs, you’ll find the same exuberant quality, a mixture of the familiar and the eye-poppingly uncanny. There are few other artists who can boast that they have both performed with The Roots on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show and have been exhibited at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery. His live performances as Seramic has already seen him play Radio 1’s Big Weekend & support Jack Garratt & Bear’s Den across the UK.

You can also find Seramic’s recent art outside of music via ASYMBAL, which is a collaborative project by William Redgrove and himself. It explores the bringing together of communities and cultures to form a new kind of visual language.