Hand Habits, the project of Meg Duffy (they/them), announces dirt EP with the release of a video for its lead single ‘4th of july.’
dirt finds the songwriter exploring themes of growth and finding ways to let go of the parts of their past that no longer serve them. It illuminates Duffy’s attempts to evolve beyond the confines of their past.
Of the song and video, Duffy said “‘4th of july’ feels like trying again, rolling around in the wreckage of the past and finding new ways out of the maze of memory. For the video, I went to V and Adam and said I wanted to ‘just dig a hole’ and they turned that idea into a cinematic version of what it looks like to try and get to the bottom of a feeling.”
The EP, which was co-produced by Duffy, Sasami Ashworth and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), is available for pre-order now and due February 19th via Milk! Records.