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General News / March 6, 2020

Isaac Nelson drops debut visuals for ‘Mood Fades’

General News / March 6, 2020

Isaac Nelson drops debut visuals for ‘Mood Fades’

Isaac Nelson shares immersive new visuals.

In his debut effort, Dublin’s Isaac Nelson has shared a compelling, pop-infused anthem. ‘Mood Fades’ is the first track to drop from his upcoming debut EP on Feel Good Lost on 5 March.

The one shot performance on a merry-go-round in the capital’s suburbs was co-directed by Brendan Canty (Hozier Take Me To Church’) and Albert Hooi (Kojaque & Luka Palm ‘Phoenix’).

A euphoric cut, ‘Mood fades’ sees the artist who formerly went under the moniker ‘Bobby Basil’ take on a new lease of life.

Watch the video below: