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Jessy Lanza shares video for new single, ‘Limbo’: Watch

The third single off the Canadian producer's new album comes with bizarre visuals featuring inversion table

Jessy Lanza seen up close in front of a purple and blue background
Credit: Trent Tomlinson

Jessy Lanza has released the music video for ‘Limbo’, the latest single taken from her forthcoming album ‘Love Hallucination’.

The squelching electronic R&B track follows frenetic dancefloor tune ‘Don't Leave Me Now’ and the skippy 2-step pulse of ‘Midnight Ontario’, which have showcased some of the Canadian singer and producer's boldest, pop-leaning works to date.

‘Love Hallucination’ is released on 28th July via Hyperdub (pre-order/pre-save here).

Lanza said of the ‘Limbo’ visuals: “The video stars our neighbour Conrad who moonlights as a web-cammer for a living. He revealed that he sometimes uses an inversion table in his webcam sessions and it seemed like the perfect visualisation of the themes in the song.”

Song production comes from Lanza, Marco "Tensnake" Niermeski and David Kennedy, all of whom also produced ‘Midnight Ontario’ with Jacques Greene.

Those wishing to hear ‘Love Hallucination’ before its release can catch an early listen via Bandcamp on 25th July at 2PM ET (7PM BST).

Lanza has had a busy few months supporting Yaeji on a US tour as well playing at Coachella festival and sets at A Club Called Rhonda. On 11th November she performs at The Roundhouse as part of Pitchfork Festival London.

Revisit DJ Mag's 2021 interview with the LA-based artist ahead of her entry in the esteemed DJ-Kicks mix series.