OKP Premiere: David Morin Struts Supreme In A Playful Clip For "Come Home"
David Morin may not be a name on your radar as of yet, but the buzzing Vancouver native has been putting himself and his city on the map with a brilliant blend of Motown melodics and loop-heavy hip-hop elements. Today, the north-of-the-border do-it-all has graced us with the video for his new single “Come Home;” a smooth and simply sweet concoction, rooted in golden-age r&b, garnished with jazzy six-string flutters and tied together, beautifully, by Morin’s silky croon and penchant for big drum shuffles. The clip is a playful one, with shifting backdrops and tight choreography, perfectly capturing the lighthearted and soulful vibes of the cut. Listen, Vancouver’s rap-sheet in the soul music department isn’t exactly mile-long. In fact, I challenge you to name a single act to bust out of the Northwestern haven for coffee and herb houses. But with Morin, there may just be hope for a new sound and aesthetic to break the grungy, indie fold. Watch the colorful new clip for David Morin’s latest single “Come Home” below and Grab your copy of Every Colour on iTunes to get properly acquainted.