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Cavetown has teamed up with Tessa Violet for his new single, 'Smoke Signals'

Keep an eye out for his new clothing line.
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Published: 10:07 pm, July 10, 2020
Cavetown has teamed up with Tessa Violet for his new single, 'Smoke Signals'

Cavetown has teamed up with Tessa Violet for his new single, 'Smoke Signals'.

The track is accompanied by a remotely-shot video (Cavetown in Queen’s Wood and Highgate Wood in London; Tessa in Joshua Tree, California), which was directed by Chad Huff and shot entirely on Super 8mm film.

It arrives ahead of Cavetown's new genderless clothing line, ‘Cave Collective’, which will be available in very limited quantities at caveco.store from Monday, 13th July.

He explains: "I’ve always wanted to design clothes and I finally have a great team around me to help it become a reality. I’d love for people to feel cool and interesting and comfy when they wear these clothes."

In the meantime, check out 'Smoke Signals' below.

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