Miguel embraces the mystique and fantasy of potentially unattainable women in “Adorn.” Or maybe the cheerleader and gymnast in a yellow leotard (shoutout to the U.S. women gymnastics team for winning the gold medal!) are women fighting for his affection, but he’d rather save his adoration for the lady in black in the bathroom. That’s the thing about the Jason Beattie directed video released to coincide with the debut of part one of his sophomore album Kaleidoscope Dream, which will be released in three parts. It’s neon bright colors and cryptic message can mean just about anything. The only thing certain about the artsy visual is that Miguel is amazing at adorning.
Spin magazine is live streaming the three songs from the first installment Kaleidoscope Dream: The Water Preview, which includes “Adorn,” “Don’t Look Back,” and “Use Me.” The second part Kaleidoscope Dream: Air Preview includes another three-song set hits iTunes on September 11. The full length release of the album will drop October 2. After watching the video to the first single we’re ecstatic there’s more Miguel music to come in between the full album release. In the meantime we’ll continue to hit replay on the steamy “Adorn” that we can’t get enough of.
Today’s Song: Miguel ‘Adorn’ [Gawker]