The slightly odd film clip follows the travels of a human hot dog through the British countryside, and was directed by Daniel Brereton.
The song is the lead single from the forthcoming album Company, which is out on August 14 and shapes to be an intimate and focused release.
Recorded in London in a windowless studio in Hackney, the ten songs on the album are only a fraction of the almost 400 tracks that were composed in the making of the album over two years.
Slime’s music has a sense of vulnerability to it that mirrors that of a confession, and his soft touch is a point of difference from the shouting and banging of the electronic music scene at the moment.
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