Hailing from Augsburg, Germany, minimal electronic artist Adam Usi is distinguished by his versatile voice, ranging from smooth and poppy to loud and very screamy, to give distinctive and emotional nuances to his synth-laden sad and wistful pop songs.
Following the new full-length “In Plastique Bloom” at the start of the year, through Young & Cold Records, and unveiled the first single/video from his voice-based experimental side-project Caspar Camomilla, not to forget his vocals contribution to a track from our Dutch favourite Bragolin, here is the visuals from “probably the most personal song from the new album”.
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