Marc E. Bassy has recently dropped a stunning visual for his song “Dirty Water.” The Bay Area artist is giving his fans the second visual from his popular Groovy People EP that released in August. The new visual gives a peek at all of the ambiguous ideas this up-and-coming singer/songwriter has in store for fans in the future. The release of this video comes on the cusp of Bassy’s upcoming tour, starting November 6th in Atlanta, GA.
The video starts off showing Bassy and his obvious love interest, and their drastic separation. If you aren’t familiar with the song, Bassy is still in love with his ex, and uses “dirty water” as a metaphor for “creeping” with her behind her boyfriend’s back when they’re drunk. He wants to be the only man she loves, but is willing to do whatever it takes, regardless of circumstance, to still fool around with her.
Bassy keeps the video idea fairly simple, but you have to pay attention to catch the true meaning. In an interview with Complex he says:
“This isn’t a video about production or set design, it’s basically just two scenes trying to evoke a feeling.”
The video alternates between Bassy in a forest, and his love interest in her bed, and then to Bassy in dirty ocean water and her in the shower. This represents them turning their desires into reality, and actually beginning their physical relationship, but also shows that alcohol enabled all of these actions. Bassy shows us some pretty dope shots, helping everyone grasp the true meaning of what “dirty water” really is, and what it could be. The video ends off with a slam of his ex girlfriend’s door, leaving viewers wondering if Bassy has just left, or maybe representing her boyfriend’s arrival home.
Marc E. Bassy previously released his first visual “You And Me,” which premiered in May. Fans are happy to see more coming from Bassy, and look forward to everything else he has in store for the future.
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