Today Canadian Alt-R&B artist, Clear Mortifee, is releasing their Fairies: Act II EP via AntiFragile Music. To go along with the release of the EP, Clear is sharing the “Honey Boy” music video that was directed by Oakland based community organizer, music performing and visual artist, Aroma. 

Clear Mortifee (he/they) is a trans/non-binary recording artist hailing from Vancouver, Canada, now based in Oakland, California. They demonstrate their creative vision through musical exploration and emotional vulnerability, illuminating life’s challenges with infectious wonder. Forthcoming EP, Fairies: Act II, chronicles a monumental turning point in their life, set against the luscious backdrop of their enchanting R&B/alternative pop sound.

Fairies: Act II continues the evolution of Clear’s sound and story–the songs tangibly immerse you in the pain and joy of going through a second coming of age, as he opens up about his journey of reclaiming his divinity, sexuality, and gender freedom.  “It was a very difficult time,” Clear reveals, “I was right on the precipice of deciding to medically transition, and I was experiencing a lot of dysphoria. Now I’ve grown into acceptance and reverence for my true identity as a trans/non-binary person.”