Just in time for the weekend, Sampha just dropped a film entitled Process which he’s been hinting at for the past little while. It’s 36 stunning minutes of Sampha performances and various vignettes of “ghostly spiritual surfer guides, crop circle dance formations, time altering narrative leaps.” The film, like his debut album of the same name, is dedicated to his late mother who passed away from cancer.

The British singer and songwriter has been busy since releasing his highly-anticipated debut full length. He just wrapped up a European tour, recently performing a stunning live cover of Drake’s now canonical “Controlla.” He also played some tracks from the album at NPR for a Tiny Desk concert and teamed up with streetwear brand Patta for a line of tour merch. Check out a preview of the film below, directed by Kahlil Joseph, available exclusively on Apple Music.

If you’re in New York City or London, you can check out screenings of the film over the next couple of weeks. Full details below:

Storefront Locations – March 31 – April 14
NYC (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
55 Wythe Avenue
101 Bedford Avenue
106 North 6th Street

London (Shoreditch)
58 Great Eastern Street
10 Dray Walk

Wallscape Video Projections – March 31, April 1, April 7, April 14
NYC: North 7th & Bedford (7:30pm-12:30am)
LDN: Shoreditch High Street Station & Brick Lane (7:40pm-12:40am)

Revisit “(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano” below.

In other music news, Calvin Harris just dropped a fresh banger featuring Young Thug, Pharrell and Ariana Grande. Listen to it right here.

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