"Catch Of The Day" is the second single off Sally Seltmann's "Hey Daydreamer", the Australian singer-songwriter's fourth album for Arts & Crafts, including two under the moniker New Buffalo. "Hey Daydreamer" was produced with the collaboration of her husband Darren Seltmann (The Avalanches), and is Sally's most fully realized work to date, with pervasive melodies and lush instrumentation intermingling in bright, vibrant environments, as seen in this video directed by Isobel Knowles. Sally is well-known for having co-written Feist's hit "1,2,3,4", and is also a member of Seeker Lover Keeper.
Earlier this month, Australian songwriter Sally Seltmann announced that her album Hey Daydreamer would be out in Canada on March 4 through Arts & Crafts. She's already shared the cuts "Needle in the Day" and "Billy," and now the musician formerly known as New Buffalo has shared a video for "Catch of the Day."
The song is a brightly lush and bubbly art-pop number, and the accompanying animated video plays off the lyrical references to fish by showing neon-coloured swimmers and various aquatic creatures floating against a black background. It was directed by Isobel Knowles.
The "Catch of the Day" single will be out on January 28. Those who pre-order Hey Daydreamer will receive an instant download of the song along with "Billy." -- Exclaim!
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