If you're into moody, atmospheric R&B with deep introspection, this next jam might be the one for you. Introducing Eskimoe — a singer born and raised in Oxford, his sound dwells in a similar space to that of Fredwave or Spooky Black, offering up experimental sonics and yearnful vocals with relatable, honest lyrics of everyday life. Today, Eskimoe delivers the fittingly gloomy visuals for "The Ceiling", a sombre number about love and despair featuring Bristol-based rhymer ThisisDA. "This is a collaboration of like-minded artists," says Eskimoe, "exploring the complaints and constraints of being with someone you love. The title works as a metaphor for obstacles causing a struggle to progress, yet also the fragility of how something can collapse inwards and ruin its own foundations." Peep the video exclusively above.