‘Tunnelovision’,” produced by Jesse himself, is a defining example of his versatility as an artist who draws inspiration from both indie rock and hip-hop for a pop sound that seamlessly bridges the cross-genre gap. The song’s nostalgic accompanying visual, directed by Zack Sekuler, sees Jesse re-enacting classic album covers across genres, including his rendition on Outkast’s Stankonia, Nirvana’s Nevermind and The Doors’ iconic 1967 self-titled debut album.
‘Tunnelovision’ by Jesse has just released and we can’t get enough of the single with its accompanied visual. The video is a 2-minute transformation of Jesse into every iconic album cover you could think of. ‘Tunnelovision’ becomes a time machine of music’s most essential albums. The artist’s single is just as multifaceted as his visual containing rap in the midst of a garage-rock track. On Friday, April 12th, Jesse will be releasing his new album, GARAGEB& so be sure to set your clocks!
You can watch Jesse’s iconic visual for ‘Tunnelovision’ below!
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