For years, San Francisco based DJ/producer Charlie Yin — better known by his moniker Giraffage — has been etching out a distinct place for himself in the world of dance music. Yin’s unique brand of kaleidoscopic and genre-defying music has allowed him to amass a vast and dedicated fan base. Giraffage is ready to end 2017 on a high with the recent release of his first full-length album Too Real and the launch of a massive international tour that will see him sweep across the US and much of Europe. Now, the San Jose native has shared a brand new music video for “Maybes” featuring Japanese Breakfast — the lead single off of his debut album.
Dripping with Giraffage’s trademark sonic style, “Maybes” bubbles to life with euphoric synths and haunting vocals pristinely layered over sumptuous percussive elements. Directed by Jon Ryan and Ride or Cry, the video premiered via 88Rising and captures various snapshot life moments. Fans can download Giraffage’s new album now and catch him perform live with his new stage installation well into the new year.