LA artist Cat Clark has released the video for her latest single, “Ghost”. Produced by Jikay of All Trap Music, “Ghost” ebbs between ethereal melodies and a grime inspired, bass driven chorus. The track is about exploring, accepting and making friends with personal polarity.
Of the song, Cat Clark said, “I have always fought with depression, and ghost paints the picture of accepting both the sadness and the triumph that exists in ones journey with depression. As a society, we often sedate, medicate and put these feelings under the rug, when we should really be fully expressing and accepting ourselves as we are, embodying the “Ghost”, the “God” and all the emotions in between.”
The video, shot and edited by Butch Yung can be seen now below. Beginning with an abstract compilation of Basquiat quotes, the intro represents Cat Clark’s personal connection with creativity. Of the video, she said, “It represents the way we channel our senses, our emotions and our insanity into expression and art. We become gluttons for emotion, so as to have a medium to create. Basquiat was among the most highly regarded modern artists, while maintaining an often depressing and tragic history. As a symbol of true expression, he reminds us all to embrace ourselves in every moment, in elation and in sadness.”