Watch Orlando Weeks shares new track ‘Deep Down Way Out’

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It’s the newest glimpse into his forthcoming second solo album.

Following the release of ‘Big Skies, Silly Faces’ back in June, Orlando Weeks is giving us the newest glimpse into his eagerly-awaited second solo album with new track ‘Deep Down Way Out’.

“I never thought I’d make cliff top, roof down, drive into the sunset type music but, ‘Deep Down’ does feel like that to me,” Orlando says. “A sort of stompy freedom. A very concise, 2 minutes of freedom. I think it’s the best representative of the world myself and Bullion were trying to build on the album. Lean but full of buoyancy. In the absence of a convertible and cliff top I wanted the video to have that slight fanciful, otherworldliness and be unapologetically head-noddy. The otherworldliness comes courtesy of Daniel W Fletcher’s bespoke double headed costume, made especially for the video. And the unapologetic head nodding is thanks to Lolly Adefope with Rik Burnell directing and pulling it all together.“

Revisit our catch-up with Orlando all about his new album from our May 2021 issue now!

See Orlando Weeks live at the following dates:

MARCH
10 - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
11 - Edinburgh, The Mash House
12 - Manchester, Royal Northern College of Music
15 - Birmingham, O2 Institute 2 (ADDED DATE)
16 - Cambridge, Junction
17 - Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
19 - Brighton, Concorde 2 (ADDED DATE)
20 - London, The Barbican Centre

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