What music was from the very beginning, in every of its forms, was a way to show feelings and emotions. Not only the lyrics but also every single sound can tell a story. Music is a super universal form of communication. No matter where people are from, what culture they grow in, what languages they speak, they always understand what stands behind melodies. It’s not weird then that artists use it to share their views, inspirations, their own emotions.

So does Asbjørn, who has just finished his project called “Pseudo Visions”. The song “Call Me By My Name” is the eighth and last track that appears on his second EP. The video shot for this one ends the continuous story that leads to a full album, which is expected to be released in the beginning of 2015.

The song matches intense melancholic pop with Asbjørn’s quite seductive vocals. As he says on his Facebook profile the track is a form of short tutorial of how to pronounce his name properly and… break up with him the right way. Might be very useful, don’t you think?

Watch the video clip on YouTube.

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