‘Clarity (Academic Remix)’ Music Video – Out Now!

And now ‘Clarity (Academic Remix)’ has a music video!

For me, a remix is about playing with the audio of the song, if that makes sense. It’s giving the song a chance to be something else, giving it a completely different life. The original version of ‘Clarity’ obviously has a video and that is the visual story I wanted to tell with this song but we also wanted the remix to have some visuals too, and some that were similar to the single cover. Having said that, we wanted to keep it simple, so as not to detract from the original song and video, the original story that we wanted to tell. But I love how the movement matches the sound, I love the colouring and how it matches the artwork, and I love how it looks like the title is reflected off a rainy pavement.

So I hope you like the video and unexpected little adventure that this song has taken.

‘Clarity (Academic Remix)’ – Out Now!

And Clarity has a remix! It wasn’t in the original plan that Richard and I put together but somewhere down the line, the idea for a remix came up. And as it has all along, the plan evolved and between Academic and Richard Marc, the remix of ‘Clarity’ was born.


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@laurenalexhooper: And it’s here! The ‘Clarity (Academic Remix)’ is now available everywhere! And I’m also excited to announce that the video will be out in a week, on Friday 17th April! It’s all go here… 🙌🙌🙌 Massive thanks again to @academicofficial and @richardmarcmusic for all of your hard work on this project. You guys are just so awesome!

You can find it here!


Again, the biggest of thanks to Academic (Matt Hughes) and Richard Marc for working so hard on this project, on this new version of my song. I’m so, so grateful for their dedication to it and their dedication to making it sound so seamless and perfect. I know nothing about remixes – I don’t even have any instincts – so I really appreciate them both being willing to work so hard on this little ‘detour’ in the Honest journey. They’re both incredibly hardworking, which is something I so admire about them. This never would’ve (or could’ve) happened without them.