Robert Sotelo is the musical moniker of Andrew Doig, a 36-year old social worker who, in his free time, makes wonderful, melodic psych pop. He plays every instrument on his debut album, Cusp, which just came out via UK label Upset the Rhythm, but sounds like it could've been released on Apple Records in 1969 (or Elephant 6 in the mid-'90s). We've got the premiere of the video for "Version," which was directed by Chris Hopkins and also feels like it could've been made in 1969, all abstract imagery, split-screens and tinted frames. You can watch that video and stream the whole album, below.

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