Jaye Jayle have revelead a new video for the song “Don’t Blame The Rain“, which is taken from their upcoming new album Prisyn, out on August 7th via Sargent House.
Of “Don’t Blame the Rain,” Evan Patterson comments: “Poetically and politically, this song is about being raised in a small town in Kentucky and the struggle to keep one’s head above the suffocating right-wing model. Those who are brought up in a southern culture mentality rarely escape the oppressive grip. To see through the mask of surrounding influence is no simple task. This song is for those that had the wit to emerge themselves from the sandpits of western civilisation’s inhumane past.”
Watch the video for “Don’t Blame The Rain”, directed by Greg Sheppard, below:
In addition to the single release, stems for “Don’t Blame the Rain” are available to remix now on Isolate/Create— an interactive platform spearheaded by Sargent House label mates The Armed, which is a free resource providing creatives with digital assets to spark creativity and inspire digital collaboration, all while practicing responsible social distancing and helping flatten the curve during the Covid-19 crisis.