Hand Habits release single & video ‘Clean Air’

Hand Habits, the project of Los Angeles-based musician Meg Duffy (they/them), has shared a striking video for ‘Clean Air,’ the new single from their upcoming album, Fun House – out October 22 via Milk! Records / Remote Control Records. The song features Dave Hartley from The War On Drugs on bass.

them., who premiered the V Haddad directed video today and profiled Duffy, says Fun House “indicates a sea change, not only in its sound, but in how Duffy writes of their pain — now centring compassion, empathy, and grace,” saying it’s “an album where everything falls perfectly into place.”

Of the song, Duffy says “when writing songs for Fun House, I had become exhausted and bored by the idea of writing more songs out of blame, spite, or anger. Clean Air is about finding clarity, leaning into acceptance, and acknowledging someone else’s experience as truth without blame or resentment, even when it differs from our own.”

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