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Idris Vicuña a.k.a. Eyedress is one of the many Filipino artists that is having a breakthrough moment right now. Last year, he casually secured a featured on King Krule‘s album The OOZ on the song “The Cadet Leaps,” and also counts Mac Demarco as one of his buddies. Today, we’re premiering the music video for “Sensitive G,” the title track off Eyedress’ newly released album.

“It’s the title track of the album because I feel this album represents the part of me that grew up in America and the album also confronts things that happened to me there when I used to live there,” he explained in an email. “But yeah, ‘Sensitive G’ is about being enough for someone and having your girl’s back.”

Eyedress dedicates the R&B song to his “baby momma” and told us how it’s “based on the reality of our relationship without any flowery words to make it like a cheesy love song mixed with a lil west coast influence.” The inspiration for the production comes directly from his desire to make synths as heard in the Dr. Dre songs that he grew up on in the ’90s.

Sensitive G is out now on all streaming platforms. Watch the trippy visual unfold above.

For more of out premieres, check out el_der’s remix of Superorganism’s “Something for Your M.I.N.D.” right here.

Words by Sydney Gore
Associate Music Editor

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