Smooth Danish artist BK Andersen reveals his sultry new music video ‘Sinking Canoe’ which follows up his last success ‘Sweet Melody’. His new release is drenched in soul with sweet guitar lines and a melancholy feel. It’s about how the love between two people in a relationship has evolved to the beginning of a breakup. The ‘sinking canoe’ is a metaphor to describe the feeling of drowning and being unable to save the relationship.

“They say it’s true, but I don’t think you, would hurt me so bad, I’m a sinking canoe.”

The visuals reflect the feeling of the track through BK’s body language and expressions. The slowed down feel enhances the feeling of despair and frustration to the situation. BK Andersen takes influence from fellow contemporaries such as Mac Ayres, Bruno Major and Daniel Caesar.

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