Caleb Landry Jones Shares “Yesterday Will Come”

Caleb Landry Jones shares new visualizer “Yesterday Will Come"
Caleb Landry Jones shares new visualizer “Yesterday Will Come"

Singer/song writer/actor Caleb Landry Jones drops his new album, Gadzooks Vol. 1, on September 24, via Sacred Bones. ahead, he unveils a new single, “Yesterday Will Come,” and an accompanying visualizer made by Jacqueline Castel. A bulk of the album was constructed off the cuff in the studio, but “Yesterday Will Come” is one of the three songs that are re-recordings from an unreleased album created in 2015. In “Yesterday Will Come,” Jones’ vocal line is mantralike, half-laughing itself into ego death atop strings and horns arranged by Drew Erickson. “I didn’t realize how repetitive the lyrics were until I was playing it for my mom in the studio where she then pointed out the fact,” comments Jones. The accompanying visualizer is in-step with the aesthetics of previously released singles, “Bogie” and “The Loon.” Together, Castel and Jones present off-kilter visuals, with Jones acting as the unnerving figure. Jones is known as an actor (Get Out, Twin Peaks, Best Actor at Cannes 2021 for his role in Nitram).

order Gadzooks Vol. 1 by Caleb Landry Jones HERE