VIDEO: The Child Of Lov’s “Fly”

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The Child Of Lov released his self-titled album earlier this year on Double Six, and for his video for “Fly” he went to New Jersey with the video directing duo Pensacola and got this presentation made for your eyes and ears.

VIDEO: The Child Of Lov’s “Give Me (Two Inch Punch Remix)”

If this song had a tongue, it would be something that would taste itself. What Two Inch Punch has done to The Child Of Lov’s “Give Me” is nothing short of amazing, almost making it reach the borderline of something on the level of Andre 3000/Outkast.

WARNING: This video features images of a luxurious limousine, red velvet cake, a microphone, a motorcycle, BBQ chicken, a bowl of hot dogs, and two pineapples.

SOME STUFFS: The Child Of Lov to release new single featuring a D’Angelo cover on the B-side

New indie rock band The Child Of Lov combine a bit of garage distortion with a bit of groove, sounding a bit like some serious lo-fi midwest funk, as if they met up with George Clinton, the MC5 and Iggy Pop and said “let’s rock this out in a gym”. The end result is their debut single called “Heal”, the picture sleeve of which looks like this.

A video for the song has been created, and looks like this.

I have to make a confession. The Child Of Lov are not a band, which means they’re not a “they” nor are they “are”. The Child Of Lov is a child, or in truth a grown-man doing the one-man band thing and his name is… well, for now it’s a secret. We do know The Child Of Lov is a single individual, and as for how he looks? That’s unknown either, for this is what the record label offered as a promotional pic.

It reminds of a certain album cover by Leo Sayer so… is this guy Leo Sayer? Is he a Strutter? HUH?

Eh maybe not, but if you like The Child Of Lov’s music, put value in him. Also of interest is the B-side, a cover of D’Angelo’s “One Mo’ Gin”. Yes, we have now lived long enough to where artists are doing D’Angelo covers, and that’s a good thing. You may order the single directly from Double Six Records by clicking here.

SOME STUFFS: Huli over with the music of The Child Of Lov

The funk of chicken makes the heart grow fonder for pollo, and when that manok gets hot and ready for serving, it’s time to tell everyone to give you some moa. The Child Of Lov know the deal, since he called his song “Rotisserie”, and the cover displays a collage of photos in the shape of a chicken. Is this poultry soul? You tell me, but it is definitely cool enough for kuku.

To find out more about what The Child Of Lov is about, click to his official Facebook page. Apparently no one knows who The Child Of Lov is, no one knows if he is from Philadelphia, Atlanta, Portland, or maybe he’s from Holland. For now, it doesn’t matter.