The Cavemen Display Screening Aesthetics In 'Udo' Visual | WATCH

Nigerian highlife band, The Cavemen have released the video for their latest tune, 'Udo'.

READ ALSO - The Cavemen Takes It Back To The 80s With Their Video 'Selense'

Popular Nigerian highlife duo, The Cavemen, have released the video for their soothing single, which they titled 'Udo'.

The duo who lit up the music space with their afro-highlife album 'Roots' in 2020 come through with another calm vibe, a follow-up to their last tune, 'Selense'.

 'Udo' which means "Peace" in the Igbo language, was released on September 22nd, 2021, and as a follow-up to the song, they have released a very aesthetic visual for the song.

Directed by veteran Nigerian cinematographer Clarence Peters, the black and white video was brilliantly executed with a lot of film aesthetics and effects. A simple yet classy visual.

Watch The Cavemen 'Udo' official video below

 

Biography

The Cavemen, formed in March 2018, are a Nigerian band consisting of two brothers Kingsley Okorie and Benjamin Okorie, that creates Igbo highlife music with a modern outlook.

The duo despite being some years apart had always created music together since childhood where they frequented their church to create music as a pastime.

After their formation, The Cavemen took two years to produce their debut album, Roots which was released to massive acclaim from fans and critics.

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