Mi & L’au is music for when space seems more apt than sadness. When silence matters more. Beneath our tongues and our clothes and our words, we don’t really know how to speak, or act, or think; we’re never quite sure how to feel because feeling is tied to identity and identity is tied to emotion and emotion isn’t absolute. It’s nuanced. But Mi & L’au captures the gradient nicely. Their music is a plane we all drift through, it’s a place we don’t quite understand, it’s a language we all know but seldom speak. It’s not easy to live there, but it’s refreshing to experience.
I’m proud to present one of four new “music videos” from Mi & L’au’s upcoming record Good Morning Jokers — set to be released at the end of May on Spain’s Borne Recordings. I’ll debut the other videos in the weeks to come but, until then, enjoy “Clown.”