Paul Jacobs of Pottery Shares 'Christopher Robbins' Video

Three days earlier than the liberate of his album pink dogs on the green Grass by means of Blow TheFuse, Paul Jacobs (also the drummer in Pottery) releases new single "Christopher Robbins," the opening track off his upcoming effort due out April 30th. The Montreal-based indie musician and visual artist seizes the opportunity to unveil a new self-directed video.

This time, he is moved away from animation with a purpose to use footage captured - by means of Meagan Callen, who additionally performs in his band - with each digital and analog cameras. Echoing Paul Jacobs' multifaceted nature, the video shows him multiplying and playing all of the devices current on the music, as he did when recording pink dogs on the eco-friendly Grass in his Rosemont house.

contrary to what its title could suggest, "Christopher Robbins" is never a spin on the in a similar fashion named Winnie the Pooh persona. "This music's about working for the person and doing what you gotta do to pay the bills until you find out what's subsequent," explains Jacobs.Born from an off-kilter bongo beat and stronger with a lo-fi sounding keyboard, it lays the foundation for the different 12 tracks of the album. To have fun the release of red dogs on the eco-friendly Grass, a digital launch exhibit will take location on may additionally 7th at 8pm EST.

Watch and share the song video for "Christopher Robbins" below.crimson dogs on the green Grass is obtainable for pre-order now.This new song video follows the releases of "Half rich Loner," "beneath the Roses" and "daily," all three of which have caught the consideration of foreign media outlets corresponding to Stereogum, DIY mag, Brooklyn Vegan and NME, besides landing some airplay on BBC Radio 6. which you can watch all of them now on Paul's YouTube channel.red dogs on the green Grass is a deeply very own listing on which Paul Jacobs opensup about his adventure in lifestyles in the course of the lens of folks, pop, rock and psychedelic song.

here is the essence of his album, a 13-track collection of ageless, yet up to date recordingsinspired by means of classic acts previous and present. From deep emotional melodies to freak out jams, folks-pop ballads to synth rock 'n' roll epics, Jacobs in reality creates an international of his own.

by way of combining his passions for music and visible artwork, and growing all the artwork associated with the challenge - from the album cover to the design of the merch objects, Paul Jacobs perfectly embodies the contemporary version of the Renaissance man, who pushes again the boundaries thanks to his interesting work. In his creative universe, these two areas of introduction are so intertwined that it become the cowl art that inspired the title of the album and not the opposite direction round.

"i used to be attempting to get a hold of an idea for the cover to possibly help me with a title. I drew these canine and notion it turned into pretty cool so I added the colour. I still could not come up with a name for the album so I determined to title the album paintings instead of the album," he explains. "I felt love it had the suppose of a children's booklet, whatever thing that you would come across in your grownup years that would convey you returned to childhood for a moment."