Silver Jackson drops a video for the title track from his latest album, Starry Skies Opened Eyes.
One of our favourite releases of 2014, Silver Jackson‘s Starry Skies Opened Eyes is a bold imagining of an Indigenous future found in the reclamation of life and the rediscovery of present possibilities in the here and now.
Collaborating with Diné filmmaker Dylan McLaughlin, the Tlingit Unangax̂ artist has released an evocative black and white music video for the album’s title track, “Starry Skies Opened Eyes”.
Here’s what he had to say about the clip and the album:
“Starry Skies Opened Eyes features” vocals from multidisciplinary Métis artist Moe Clark. The album was recorded over a three year period that saw Jackson narrowly escape death in a hunting accident, and traces his path to newfound perspectives on life through love and gratitude…friends and family.
Watch the video below and stream the full album, Starry Skies Opened Eyes, right here on RPM.