Published Oct 06, 2016Though Dirty Projectors apparently have some new music to give the fans, longtime vocalist Amber Coffman is also ready to reveal some music of her own. Fittingly enough for a solo track, the singer/guitarist has just released a vintage pop-style ballad "All to Myself," which comes from a new solo album called City of No Reply.
The video first finds a solemn looking Coffman contemplating what's going on in her life and not wanting to feel blue. "I want to be swallowed up in an ocean of love," she offers up at some point, the vid being a bit on the nose as it presents Coffman facing the open waves.
The mood picks up by song's end, and you can see how down below.
"For anyone who's ever found themselves uncomfortably restless, sad and alone, or even temporarily doubting themselves and their dreams, this is a mantra, a pep talk, a love song to yourself," Coffman said in a statement. "It's a song you can slow dance by yourself to without feeling funny if there's no one else there. A small reminder not to spend too much time fretting and just to get out there, live your life and do what makes you happy."
Coffman directed the song's video, which was shot by Jake Magee.
Coffman's "All to Myself" is available digitally now through Columbia. At this point, it's unclear when City of No Reply will see release.