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Eric Clapton's New Animated Music Video "Spiral" - Watch It Here!

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  • May 17, 2016

    Eric Clapton has premiered the animated music video for "Spiral," a track off his new album, I Still Do. The bluesy number finds Eric ruminating about playing music. “You don’t know how much it means, to have the music in me,” he sings over his signature electric guitar. The video shows the guitarist at different stages of his long career, now into it's sixth decade.

    In the recording studio, Eric improvised the lyrics right on the spot. “I have worked with many songwriters where stuff is written in the studio, but very rarely has an entire lyric come out like that,” says producer Glyn Johns of the song’s “spontaneous” origins. “It completely blew me away.”

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on May 17, 2016 - 8:21am

Eric Clapton has premiered the animated music video for "Spiral," a track off his new album, I Still Do. The bluesy number finds Eric ruminating about playing music. “You don’t know how much it means, to have the music in me,” he sings over his signature electric guitar. The video shows the guitarist at different stages of his long career, now into it's sixth decade.

In the recording studio, Eric improvised the lyrics right on the spot. “I have worked with many songwriters where stuff is written in the studio, but very rarely has an entire lyric come out like that,” says producer Glyn Johns of the song’s “spontaneous” origins. “It completely blew me away.”