Daniel Merriweather releases “Rain”
Critically acclaimed artist Daniel Merriweather has released the incredible video for brand his new track “Rain”. After the release of “Paradise” (produced by Kwes) in February, “Rain” was self-produced by Daniel and features additional production and arrangement from award winning jazz pianist and producer Barney McAll, diving even further into Daniel’s love for a soulful sound and channelling a gospel-like melody to bring in even more heart to the piece.
The accompanying video, featuring the incredible dance and choreography of Theophillus ‘Godson’ Oloyade was directed by Angelo Dominic Sesto (Diplo, Octavian) and George Roberts Bascombe. On the thinking behind the track, Daniel explains; “‘Rain’ is about a restart, it’s about new beginnings. It’s about the collapse of broken systems and the celebration of a new chapter”. The newly rescheduled show at Omeara in London is on sale now and comes after a residency in November last year at Laylow in Maida Vale, London.
Alongside releasing his Platinum selling, critically acclaimed debut album “Love & War” (2009), which reached No.2 in the UK charts, Daniel is a busy collaborator and has worked with some of the biggest names in pop. Initially working with Mark Ronson on his reworks album “Version”, appearing on a cover of The Smiths classic “Stop Me”, Daniel recently worked with Ronson and producer Diplo on their Silk City project, appeared on the track “Only Can Get Better”.