After sharing his new single "Vertigo," featuring Worry Club, earlier this month, Aaron Taos is now sharing a video for the track.
The rowdy new clip, shot entirely on an iPhone in Las Vegas, is premiering today on Variance. It also features a creative cameo by Worry Club's Chase Walsh, who appears via a screen on one of the slot machines where Taos happens to find himself.
"'Vertigo' is a slinky indie slow jam about falling for someone who's no good for you," says Taos of the song. "It is a tell-all song about a person who takes advantage of your interest and shoves it back in your face."
The song was produced by Taos with additional production from Adam Korbesmeyer. It's the last preview of his upcoming project Closure & Campari: After Hours, the followup to last year's Closure & Campari, which is out April 1.
See the new video now.