Indie Soul Artist Soft Glas Celebrates The Mundane In “Perks Of Being A Sunflower”

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The Brooklyn-based soulful indie songwriter Soft Glas celebrates the mundane in “Perks Of Being A Sunflower,”  accompanied by elegantly stylised visuals.

The visual is a deceptively simple, beautifully-shot celebration of the everyday. The starkly-stylized visual plays in contrast to the restrained production style/delivery that is a distinguishing hallmark of Soft Glas.

We follow Joao Gonzalez through a homely setting that gives an aesthetic nod to the world of Wes Anderson as Joao's lyrics meditate on a relationship; flitting between the self-deprecating, "I hate my voice, I hate the way it sounds" to the confessional "I don't wanna tell her not to grow, but I don't wanna see her have to go".