Chris Cape is a recording artist who combines ferocious raps, axe-shredding guitar playing and a unique live performance approach making him one of the most exciting new acts to watch. Cape is set to release his new music video for Give Me Love, I Won’t Bring Trouble on Wednesday 22nd February. The singer released the experimental Lawnmower EP among other projects and will be continue to perform and release regularly in London (UK) throughout 2017. With influences ranging from the indie-rock band Grandaddy to Kanye West, Cape is making eclectic pop music soaked in 1970’s extravagance. Cape describes his latest music video in a upcoming interview as he recently talked to us:
‘The video is entirely led by the lyrics. The song is about feeling suffocated and disallowed to really be oneself.
With each verse I get more intense in the lyrics and more intent on breaking free and letting that freak flag fly.’
You’ll be able to read the full interview on Tuesday as Cape will exclusively release his new video for Give Me Love, I Won’t Bring Trouble on originrock.net.
For now however check out Chris Cape’s latest music videos for Love My People and Worth It (ft. Robsco) below.
Love My People
Worth It (ft. Robsco)