Charles Murdoch wraps up his video trilogy with “Privacy” featuring Oscar Key Sung

Future Classic’s soulful heavy-hitter Charles Murdoch has wrapped up his poignant three-part short film with the music video for single “Privacy” featuring Oscar Key Sung. Released last week, the film clip, which was created by German collective Jünglinge, gives closure to the emotional journey of a skinhead battling his his repressed desire for love.

“Privacy” is taken from Murdoch’s debut LP Point along with the previously released “Straws” and “Frogs”, which both soundtracked the first two parts, respectively, of this emotionally impactful story. For this final chapter, the lush, textured sound of “Privacy” bring the cinematic social commentary to life, the soundscape peaking when we dive in deeper into the skinhead’s conflicted personal life and fleeting moments of happiness.

Point will be released on 11th December through Future Classic and will feature vocals from Ta-ku, Oscar Key Sung, Wafia, Hak, KUČKA, Banoffee and Chloe Kaul.

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Chris Singh

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