sandy crow has released new single ‘Handgun Wisdom’ Listen here, alongside the phenomenal self-directed music video. sandy crow is the alias of the long-awaited brand new musical project from acclaimed British actor and director, Jamie Flatters.

With its Charlie Chaplin inspired character at the forefront, Jamie visually depicts the song’s lyrical narration and portrays sandy crow’s ordeal as a farce. The vibrantly lit scenes of horror create an unnerving sense of juxtaposition, yet simultaneously also harmonise with the sunshine sonics of the track. The video will be released at 18:00 BST. Watch the self-directed video below.

Discussing the new single, Jamie says “This song was a big scheme. I wanted to write something that would be fun to play live and give the singer the excuse to do that thing where they leave the stage and join the people on the floor, in the hopes that someone grabs your sweaty head and shouts ‘I LOVE YOU JAMIE’ and you get to shout back ‘NO, NO! NOT MY NAME! MY NAME IS SANDY CROW!! Never forget that! Security take this man away!!!.”

Jamie Flatters, known for his incredible performance in Avatar: The Way Of The Water among others, is a multi-hyphenate creative and after five years of independently crafting his artistry, unleashed sandy crow earlier this year with his debut double single ‘LEARNING 037’ and ‘Ur best day’, before he followed up in April with ‘Regret It’.

Discussing the unveiling of his musical alias earlier this year, Jamie said “sandy crow is an artist from South London currently flirting with pop music in a bastardised fashion. His influences range from music artists past and present, but perhaps most significantly, he’s influenced by the idea that these artists became. Who sandy crow will ultimately become seems premature to determine; nevertheless, a myriad of artistic obsessions will contribute to the mosaic of his image and sound. sandy crow is pop music’s trojan horse. What’s packaged as pop music hides something both rotten and refreshing, which will cause any American to crown him as the new general of the British Invasion music scene.”

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