Watch Loyle Carner drop a brooding verse on Tom Misch’s ‘Water Baby’

We'll never say no to a new verse from Carner.

Tom Misch has dropped a music video for his track ‘Water Baby’ featuring a verse from frequent collaborator Loyle Carner.

The multi-instrumentalist and producer appeared on Carner’s 2017 album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ on the single ‘Damselfly’. Now Carner is returning the favour on this track which is taken from Misch’s debut album ‘Geography’ which is out on April 6.

The video were shot in Ukraine and London and directed by Jorja Smith, Loyle Carner and Glass Animals collaborator Georgia Hudson.

Speaking to Clash about the video, Tom said: “Me and Loyle chatted about ideas for the video and he mentioned he had been talking to Georgia, who had directed some of his previous videos, about a concept they had in mind involving a frozen lake. The three of us got on a call to talk through some ideas and it all came together”.

Watch the beautiful video for Tom Misch’s ‘Water Baby’ featuring Loyle Carner below.

Loyle Carner has been named the winner in the Best British Solo Artist supported by Vans category at the VO5 NME Awards 2018.

“What the fuck! I didn’t see coming it all. This is for my mum and brother and my missus”, he said as he collected the first award of the night from Big Narstie.

Meanwhile, Carner has responded on Twitter to the people who don’t know who he is after he received two BRIT Awards nominations at the weekend. Loyle appeared to take the situation in jest and encouraged fans to use the #whoisloylecarner hashtag.