Southern Ontario, Canada-based singer-songwriter Drives The Common Man is sharing his new video, “All Night,” and you can check it out right here at New Noise.
The self-produced artist embraces his Mi’kmaq First Nation roots from Eskasoni, Nova Scotia, boasting a diverse style that ranges from indie pop, jungle, and afroswing.
Drives The Common Man talks more about the new track:
“‘All Night’ is a track I wrote about the ups and downs of a relationship. More specifically, a song about not wanting to part ways with someone, when you know deep down that you’re not in a place where you can love properly, or be loved properly. The music in the track is heavily influenced by the afroswing/dancehall music coming out of the U.K. pop/hip-hop scene.
Watch the video for “All Night” here:
Photo courtesy of Drives The Common Man