Bish drops visuals for transparent record “A Letter To My Unborn”
In the run up to his “Love & Confusion” project, British musician Bish has released two singles in the shape of “Drive You Home” and “A Letter To My Unborn“. The first is an R&B-type record, actually taken from the upcoming tape. Whereas, the latter is a standalone release which now arrives with accompanying visuals. This record shows tremendous honesty from the Manchester-based musician, who offers a glass window into a serious choice he and a partner had to make some time ago.
Light, melodic rapping sees Bish explain the emotions and thoughts that come with/after such a decision. Recited over Skeyez’ lovely piano-based, easy-listen instrumental, the track reflects that of an actual letter. Explaining more about the single, the artist tells us:
“The song and video were at the time, more than anything, a way for me to find some understanding and acceptance in the process of healing. It was a chance for me to have a conversation with myself and the microphone that I hadn’t felt able to have with anyone else whilst struggling in silence, due in part to the taboo around mental health.”
Many metaphors are presented throughout the visual, which only adds to its overall level of art. The video was officially directed and edited by creative house, Art Officials. Be sure to check it out above now – along with the disclaimer in the video’s description. Also, give your own thoughts in our comment section below and explore more new music via the link underneath.
Enjoy “A Letter To My Unborn“? Check out Bish‘s previous release “Connected” here.
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