Queer icon Callum Crighton shines in ‘The Lazer Police’ music video, taken from his forthcoming EP

Rising DIY producer and singer-songwriter Callum Crighton shines on his latest single, ‘The Lazer Police’ taken from his forthcoming, debut EP of the same name. The release follows on from the success of the singles, ‘Fameand Spacereleased in 2020 and 2019 respectively, making ‘The Lazer Police’ his eleventh studio release so far.

Hoping to make his mark on the scene once again, Crighton joins Zuzu for the epic, 80s, nostalgic adventure that is ‘The Lazer Police’ music video.

Colourful, charismatic and queer, the visuals to ‘The Lazer Police’ are a perfect representation of Crighton’s creativity and infectious personality; from the striking colours and strobe lights to the cityscape skyline projections and shiny latex pants, ‘The Lazer Police’ is a fully immersive experience.

Speaking about the nostalgic yet refreshing upcoming EP and last track on the release ‘Universal Hand’, Callum shares:

This track was inspired by the loneliness yet togetherness one can feel from the age of digital communication. It has an old school 80’s ballad sound with a more modern upbeat drum movement to connect the nostalgic ideals of the past with the electronic realities of the present. This track could loosely be seen as a reference to the isolation people felt during the 2020 pandemic, but extends much further, and can also be about the loneliness one may feel within themselves.” 

An established musician and self-producing performer, Crighton specialises in electronic pop music that’s destined to leave you weak at the knees. Unafraid to walk into a room and for all eyes to be on him, Callum Crighton’s distinctive nature is translated perfectly through his art, both sonically and visually. Keep an eye and an ear out for Callum Crighton’s Lazer Police: The Musical EP, set for release on June 4th 2021.

Listen to Callum Crighton – The Lazer Police here:


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