Darwin Deez unveils comeback single 'Free (The Editorial Me)' - watch

The New Yorker will release his new album in February of next year

Darwin Deez has unveiled the video for 'Free (The Editorial Me)'.

Click above to watch the video for the first song to be taken from his second album 'Songs For Imaginative People', which is due out in February 2013.

The video, directed by Ninian Doff, is inspired by the 1993 movie Groundhog Day.

The New York-based artist, who released a self-titled debut album in 2010, will issue his new self-produced album on February 11.

Speaking about the new album, Deez says: "If the songs on my debut had a bite-sized element to them, the new songs are definitely full-size and king-size. So don't just listen to them once and judge them; chew your food. It tastes better that way after all."

Deez and his band will showcase tracks from the album at a London show at XOYO on November 28.

The 'Songs For Imaginative People' tracklisting is:

'(800) HUMAN'
'You Can’t Be My Girl'
'Moonlit'
'No Love'
'Good to Lose'
'Alice'
'Redshift'
'Free (The Editorial Me)'
'All In the Wrist'
'Chelsea's Hotel'


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