Today’s song, featured on The Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, is "Outside” by MorMor, a 2019 single on Don't Guess Inc.
PHOTO BY Micaiah Carter

Toronto artist Seth Nyquist makes emotionally-charged indie-pop under the name MorMor. Last year, he unveiled his debut EP Heaven’s Only Wishful to much acclaim and excitement. Just last week, MorMor played a sold-out show at Barboza that garnered frenzied enthusiasm, with fans scrambling to purchase tickets.

Our Song of the Day is the single “Outside,” an emotive meditation on isolation. “Looking outside/ I’m scared to die/ Despite the moonlight/ It leaves me blind/ How can I find the sun?,” Nyquist reflects over shimmering synths. He had this to say about the song in a press release:

“‘Outside’ was written at a time when I was quite isolated. I’ve always felt rather alienated, so I wanted to ensnare that feeling and make it my own.”

The video for “Outside” focuses on a demoralized clown, perfectly capturing the melancholy of the song via the artistic eye of British director Duncan Loudon. Watch it below.


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