(SXSW 2017 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2279: Delicate Steve

By on Thursday, 2nd February 2017 at 10:00 am
 

New Jersey multi-instrumentalist and composer Delicate Steve, known off-stage as Steve Marion, has premiered via Uproxx.com his imaginative video representation for ‘Tomorrow’, from his recent Anti- Records release ‘This is Steve’. ICYMI, we recently posted a full review of ‘This is Steve’ at the start of this week, and I remarked on mid-album track ‘Tomorrow’ as being a pivot point in the album’s overall mood.

Marion himself describes ‘Tomorrow’ as depicting the possibilities and uncertainties of the future. “It represents dreams and ambitions and unrealized potential and procrastination and distraction”, he says. “We are all going to get there some day. And then, what?” The new promo video doesn’t exactly answer that question, but it does ultimately suggest a sense of freedom from expectation, and an emphasis on life as a journey rather than a destination.

‘This is Steve’ is out now on Anti- Records. Delicate Steve’s own journey includes a list of upcoming tour dates across America; you can find the details on his official Web site. Delicate Steve is also on the schedule as a showcasing artist for SXSW 2017 this March in Austin, TX. For news and updates on SXSW 2017 showcasing artists, please consult the festival’s official schedule here.

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