Hand Habits Release ‘Clean Air’ Single
Watch the video for the latest single from 'Fun House.'
Hand Habits, the project masterminded by Meg Duffy, unveiled new single “Clean Air” and shared a video for the track. “Clean Air” appears on Fun House, an upcoming Hand Habits album due out via Saddle Creek on October 22.
Sasami Ashworth produced the 11-track Fun House with Kyle Thomas serving as engineer. Duffy, Ashworth and Thomas shared a home in Los Angeles during the pandemic. The album was recorded in a studio space run by Thomas adjacent to the house. Hand Habits previously released “Aquamarine,” “No Difference” and “Graves” from the follow-up to the 2021 EP dirt and the 2019 LP placeholder.
“Clean Air” features The War On Drugs bassist Dave Hartley. “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,” Duffy said in a press release. “‘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.”
Watch the video for “Clear Air” directed by V Haddad and premiered by them. below: