Orlando Weeks – Dig ft. Rhian Teasdale –
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Orlando Weeks – Dig ft. Rhian Teasdale

Orlando Weeks – Dig ft. Rhian Teasdale

Orlando Weeks re-emerges with “Dig,” featuring Rhian Teasdale of Wet Leg, marking a significant stride in his solo journey post-The Maccabees. This track from his upcoming album ‘LOJA’ encapsulates a motorik groove that perfectly scores the witty verbal exchanges—a reflection of public, under-the-breath disagreements that everyone knows too well but seldom acknowledges out loud.

The production, led by Sergio Maschetzko and David Granshaw, integrates subtle sonic elements that complement the lyrical narrative of wearied promises and persistent grievances. The accompanying video, directed by Matt Harris-Freeth, visually enriches the song’s thematic depth, illustrating the tension and the ironic humor embedded in the lyrics.

This single not only sets the stage for the album but also highlights Weeks’ evolution as an artist embracing new geographical and emotional landscapes, with Lisbon’s influence palpable in the undertones of the track.

Watch the music video here:

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