Cautious Clay has introduced the brand new EP, Skinny Ice on the Cake, which can arrive on Nov. 18.
The forthcoming launch marks his fourth EP, following Blood Kind (2018), Resonance (2018), and Desk of Context (2019). It additionally follows his 2021 debut album, Deadpan Love (Extra on that later).
Skinny Ice on the Cake, out there for pre-add, will function six songs, together with three previously-shared tracks, “Puffer,” Camp Nameless,” and “Burning Up Gradual.” The primary of the trio debuted in June, whereas he offered the sophomore single in August.
“Burning Up Gradual,” which he co-produced with HXNS, was launched with the EP announcement. Clay lately shared its official music video co-directed by Haoyan of America and Shea Oracheski.
“I’ve all the time cherished working with juxtapositions in my music. Conceptually Skinny Ice on the Cake pertains to being on the sting of one thing actually dangerous as we develop nearer to demise, however birthdays are additionally about celebrating the positives and joys of life. The cake is a superb image of that. ‘Burning Up Gradual’ is all about having fun with the experience,” shares Clay.
Introduced up earlier, Clay’s first correct album, Deadpan Love, arrived in June 2021. The album was stacked with a handful of early singles, together with “Agreeable” and the Saba-assisted “Unusual Love,” to call a number of.
Lower than a 12 months later, Clay reissued Deadpan Love in February 2022. The expanded version included 4 new songs, plus string variations of 4 songs from the usual model.
Earlier than Deadpan Love (Deluxe), “Chilly Battle,” Clay’s debut 2017 single, was licensed gold by the RIAA, with greater than 500,000 equal models bought. The self-produced tune, which appeared in a while his Blood Kind EP, marked his first RIAA-certified launch.
In June, Clay teamed up with Apple Music for its Freedom Songs playlist to honor Juneteenth.
Stream Cautious Clay’s new track “Burning Up Gradual” under.